The Everglades of south Florida is one of the most unique wilderness areas in the United States. The ‘River of Grass’ is made up of 1.5 million acres of subtropical wetlands – featuring lakes, rivers, mangrove forests, sawgrass marshes, and assorted wetlands. Because of its large expanse and habitat diversity, the Everglades is home to an oasis of birds and wildlife. It protects 70 endangered or threatened species, including the American alligator, the manatee, the Florida panther, and many species of birds. The greater Everglades area is home to over 360 bird species, with standouts such as the roseate spoonbill, the glossy ibis, the wood stork, and a variety of egrets and herons.
Our trip explores the Everglades by land and water by utilizing privately chartered photography boats to access the remote, wildlife-rich areas of the Everglades.
Sign-up for the webinar on Thursday, November 12th to learn all about the trip!
Birds & Wildlife of the Everglades
with Russell Graves
Trip Dates: February 7th to 12th, 2021
Group Size: Six Photographers