#93: Everglades National Park

Now is the perfect time to plan a winter trip to Everglades National Park. While the park’s rainy season is typically April through November, the other months are a great time to visit. In this episode, we talk about hiking trails we enjoyed and some other park activities you might want to try, such as airboat tours, nature photography tours, kayaking, canoeing, and Matt’s favorite, slough slogging through the wetlands. But the fun doesn’t stop there. We dive deep into the sawgrass marsh with a close look at its reptile population as Karen explains the differences between alligators and crocodiles and discusses an alarming challenge the park is facing: an exploding population of Burmese pythons.

 

Here are the links we mentioned in this episode:

·     Everglades NP website where you can find info about guided tours

·     Everglades National Park Institute for info about additional tours

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·     Where to subscribe to our Patreon account

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