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056 - Wildlife of South Florida (PDF)
Photograph America Newsletter on Wildlife of South Florida
 
All birds photographers eventually reach south Florida. In addition to the Everglades National Park, this newsletter goes into detail on some equally productive sites where you can photograph skies full of migratory birds and extreme close-ups of nesting great blue herons and colorful tree snails. Included are directions to remote back roads along the Turner River and trails through swamps full of wildlife. You'll find lots of alligators, snakes, and other creatures along remote trails and public boardwalks. Photograph nesting egrets on a small island in downtown Venice, Florida. Details on the best time to arrive, and where to stay. Not just the basics on which lenses but where and when to set up and how to get there.
Price $8.00

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Updated - October 2009

Photograph skies full of migratory birds and extreme close-ups of nesting great blue herons and colorful tree snails. Included are directions to remote back roads along the Turner River and trails through swamps full of wildlife.
No shipping or handling charges. No CA sales tax.
Locations
  • Big Cypress Swamp Preserve
  • Briggs Nature Center
  • Chokoloskee Island
  • Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
  • Ding Darling National Refuge
  • Everglades City
  • Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve
  • Florida Panther National Refuge
  • Harney Pond
  • Lake Okeechobee
  • Lettuce Lake Trail
  • Miccosukee Indian Reservation
  • Picayune Strand State Forest
  • Sanibel Island
  • Shell Island Road
  • Tamiami Trail
  • Ten Thousand Islands
  • Tree Snail Hammock Nature Trail
  • Turner River Road
  • Venice Rookery