WILDLIFE WATCHING IN EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK
Everglades National Park is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including alligators, panthers, and over 350 species of birds.
The best time to spot wildlife is early in the morning or late in the afternoon, when animals are most active.
The Anhinga Trail is a popular spot for wildlife watching, with alligators, turtles, and wading birds often seen along the trail.
Shark Valley is another great place to see wildlife, with the opportunity to spot alligators, turtles, and even panthers.
The park's wetlands and mangrove woodlands are home to herons, egrets, and ibises for birdwatchers.
Hiking around the park allows you to observe raccoons, deer, and even the Florida panther.