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A portion of the C-38 canal, finished in 1971, now backfilled to restore the Kissimmee River floodplain to a more natural state
A portion of the C-38 canal, finished in 1971, now backfilled to restore the Kissimmee River floodplain to a more natural state
Structure 65B on the Kissimmee River is destroyed by the Corps of Engineers in 2000 to restore the natural flow of the river.
Structure 65B on the Kissimmee River is destroyed by the Corps of Engineers in 2000 to restore the natural flow of the river.
Cattails indicate the presence of phosphorus in the water. Cattails are an invasive species; they crowd out sawgrass and grow too thick to allow nesti
Cattails indicate the presence of phosphorus in the water. Cattails are an invasive species; they crowd out sawgrass and grow too thick to allow nesting for birds and alligators.
Aerial view of stormwater treatment areas in the northern Everglades bordered by sugarcane fields on the right
Aerial view of stormwater treatment areas in the northern Everglades bordered by sugarcane fields on the right
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Sunset over the Everglades river of grass, January 2013
Sunset over the Everglades river of grass, January 2013
Alligators thrive in freshwater sloughs and marl prairies.
Alligators thrive in freshwater sloughs and marl prairies.
A great blue heron along the Anhinga Trail
A great blue heron along the Anhinga Trail
About 160 Florida panthers inhabit hammocks and pinelands of the Everglades.
About 160 Florida panthers inhabit hammocks and pinelands of the Everglades.