Everglades National Park

NOUN
  1. a national park in Florida containing an immense subtropical wilderness with mangrove swamps and rare birds and wild animals
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How To Use Everglades National Park In A Sentence

  • The Everglades National Park stretches across the southern tip of Florida.
  • Nearby is Everglades National Park, which can be explored by canoe, hiking, biking or in an airboat.
  • Something's gone wrong with his wrists and hands after six days of poling a canoe through the Shark River Slough, in Everglades National Park.
  • SPEARED FISH: An anhinga, a fresh-water bird that dives for its food, speared a small fish in Everglades National Park near Homestead, Fla., Pictures of the Day: July 1
  • A young photographer '2009 ': Owl, Everglades National Park, USA.
  • 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
  • The Everglades National Park stretches across the southern tip of Florida.
  • The Everglades National Park is a wilderness of exceptional conservation value, which preserves a fifth of the original extent of the biome which is over half of what remains of the Everglades ecosystem. Everglades National Park, United States
  • The study team also found that the hybrid cats moved into sections of the Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve, wild areas in south Forida once thought unsuitable for panthers.
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