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by Danette Thompson
January 27, 2017
Category:   Community, Fun Things to Do

Florida is certainly blessed with unique landscapes, such as the Everglades and wetland areas. Birds from all over are attracted here during the winter months. People travel here just to see the birds. How wonderful to be able to take a day trip or even just a 30 minute drive to see all of these different birds. I recently had a fun day trip to Everglades City to better understand our history. It’s definitely worth your time and effort. I hope to meet you and discuss your real estate needs.Green Cay Wetlands Little Green Heron Snowy Egret' Cormorant Heron Purple Gallinule Ted Smallwood Store Ten Thousand Island Everglades Various water birds Baby alligator Wood Stork Egret Sunset over the Everglades Sunset over the Everglades Sunset over the Everglades


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