Everglades National Park, in southern Florida, preserves a vast wetland
complete with an incredible variety of wildlife, including alligators,
crocodiles, manatees, Florida panthers, and a tremendous number of birds. A boat cruise is the only way to see much of the park, because water predominates. There are also many walking trails. Out favorite trail is Anhinga Trail, characterized by the presence of these fascinating diving birds who sun themselves to dry their feathers.
Don’t visit in the summer since the mosquitoes are ubiquitous and extremely aggressive..