Everglades

[ UK /ˈɛvəɡlˌe‍ɪdz/ ]
[ US /ˈɛvɝˌɡɫeɪdz/ ]
NOUN
  1. a large subtropical swamp in southern Florida that is noted for its wildlife
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How To Use Everglades In A Sentence

  • Perhaps the most famous habitat of the Everglades is the sawgrass (in reality a member of the sedge family rather than a true grass, Cladium jamaicense) that dominates marshes in terms of abundance and biomass. Everglades
  • Currently, Dr. Lloyd is studying reintroduced populations of Eastern Bluebirds and Brown-headed Nuthatches in Everglades National Park in an effort to understand the environmental factors that drive variation in demographic rates, the effect of wildfire and fuels management on pineland birds, and the conservation and taxonomy of Brown-headed Nuthatches on Grand Bahama Island. Contributor: John Lloyd
  • Then the region was a vast coastal mangrove swamp, similar to the Florida Everglades.
  • Those findings add to concerns that the African rock python is a new breeding population in the Everglades and not just the result of a few overgrown pets being released into the wild, according to the South Florida Water Management District. Florida Python Cast & Blast
  • The Dismal Swamp together with the Everglades and the Okefenokee Swamp contain the largest peat and muck deposits on the Atlantic seaboard south of Maryland (Hunt, 1974). Ecoregions of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia (EPA)
  • Most of the territory between Miami and Naples is Everglades, swamp broken up by small patches of semidry land. DearlyDevotedDexter
  • The only way to reach the building was by airboat, piloted by an Everglades boatman, as all streets were impassable from fallen trees, flood waters or both.
  • The Everglades are an area of swamp in southern Florida.
  • The Everglades National Park stretches across the southern tip of Florida.
  • He's the owner of a roadside stand in the middle of the Everglades, who seems involved in every sighting of Florida's Bigfoot in his area.
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