Everglades National Park is proud to present the following video series. You can view each video online or even download the video file!
Note - all images (unless clearly indicated otherwise) used by the NPS are in the public domain and thus belong to the community at large, and are therefore not subject to copyright or patent, and are subect to use by anyone.
Reflecting on Andrew
Hurricane Andrew struck South Florida the early morning of August 24, 1992. This film was uploaded in August 2022 to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of hurricane Andrew. It is a compilation of video interviews with park staff and family reflecting on the impacts of Hurricane Andrew.
Dreaming of the Everglades (full film)
This film describes the historic function of the Greater Everglades Ecosystem, how humans have re-engineered the system, and how Everglades restoration will improve the health and resilience of this special place. You can also watch individual chapters of the film.
Return of the Supercolonies
The 2018 wading bird nesting season brought something not seen in the Everglades since the 1940s- Supercolonies! This stunning video gives park Wildlife Biologist Lori Oberhofer's perspective on this historic event.
Warming Up to Adaptation: Everglades National Park
Learn what's happening at the park to get facilities ready for climate change so that visitors can continue to enjoy this special and unique place.
Fifty years ago, mangrove islands in Everglades National Park were the subject of a now-famous experiment that tested an important idea about biodiversity. Meet the scientist who conducted it.
"Plan Your Visit" Videos
These videos will help you plan your visit with information about different areas in the park including Royal Palm, Shark Valley, Gulf Coast, Flamingo, and the Main Park Road.
"Everglades Mountains and Valleys" Videos
In AMERICAN VALUES: AMERICAN WILDERNESS, a diverse group of Americans, including a teen-age daughter of Cambodian refugees, a children's book author, a cancer survivor, a Native American tribal chairman, inner city kids, and the late Christopher Reeve, among others, share their values for wilderness.
Last updated: August 24, 2022