Greetings from Everglades National Park

Everglades nat park for every one. Adults,photographer,children. wonderful place.

Sincerely,
Antonio Garcia Pichardo

Everglades National Park

One of the largest wetlands in the world, this iconic "River of Grass" protects 1.5 million acres of subtropical wilderness in South Florida.

State(s): Florida

Established: 1947

“People must know this place,for its historia and beaty. An oportunity to meet wildlife and its animals the time dedicated to this will be a wonderful experience. Thanks.”

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