Everglades National Park
By Robert L. Chaplin, Jr. and Beth Ruggiero York
Everglades National Park is a land of subtleties. This river of grass does not have the magnificent vistas of the Grand Canyon or some of the other iconic parks. What this landscape lacks in grandiosity, it makes up for with its understated beauty and rarity like none other in North America. It is a land of endangered plants and animals, a land where alligators and crocodiles co-exist, breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, and birds beyond compare.
This guidebook is intended to show the visitor with a camera how to observe and photograph Everglades National Park. how to see what others do not, and how to experience this World Heritage Site that is visited by over a million people every year.
Whether it is your first or fifth time, join us in the Everglades, and don't just see it, experience it.