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Everglades Birding

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#5 of 6 Tours in Everglades National Park Features Animals
Everglades National Park, FL
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Great bird watching opportunities if you can stand the heat & humidity!

Excellent birding trip with varied locations for the most species of birds. We were outside birding... read more

Reviewed May 9, 2016
brerRabbit69
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Churchill, Canada
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Nature-lovers delight

The Everglades is fascinating for nature, animal and bird-lovers! There is so much more to see and... read more

Reviewed April 24, 2016
Victoria201154
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Reviewed May 9, 2016 via mobile

Excellent birding trip with varied locations for the most species of birds. We were outside birding most of the time rather than watching films or listening to presentations which is the case on some of the other birding trips in which I have participated. I...More

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Reviewed April 24, 2016

The Everglades is fascinating for nature, animal and bird-lovers! There is so much more to see and do than expected. It is full of surprises. The ecology of the area is amazing.

Thank Victoria201154
Reviewed March 20, 2016

Dave Hunt is good people, knowledgeable and passionate about what he does. We saw everything from manatees to dolphins to ospreys to peeps to the roseate spoonbill, and much more. We saw parts of the Everglades we would never have seen otherwise, visiting the mudflats,...More

1  Thank MsAdventure3
Reviewed March 19, 2016

We spent about 5 hours with Christi Carmichael, a ranger at the Everglades National Park, who taught us a lot about birding. We met at the Anhinga Trail and then got in our cars and explored several other habitats ending in Flamingo. This was an...More

Thank mcara44
Reviewed March 9, 2016

We saw numerous species with Dave, an experienced, excellent birder who took us to mud flats impossible to explore otherwise. Dolphins attempting mud ringing and manatees at the dock were an added bonus. It is a great trip for experienced birders and non-birders a like.

Thank CEG47
Reviewed March 5, 2016

From several red-shouldered hawks, great blue herons, crows, a wood stork, an american bittern to the ibis and egrets, this was a birding paradise. I knew were were in the right place when we saw trucks full of serious birders with camera lenses the length...More

1  Thank mrose414
Reviewed May 16, 2015

Skip the airboat. You'll see and hear nothing. Walking and small boats or kayak trips are the way to see wildlife. The birding is great, especially if you're from another part of the country, because many species are unique to the area. As an amateur...More

3  Thank Friar4
Reviewed April 4, 2015 via mobile

Drove down there from Fort Myers and we four got on a boat to ride the 10,000 island tour. Saw lots of wild life. Not cheap, but it's a once in a lifetime thing to do. We all really enjoyed it.

2  Thank Eugene F
Reviewed October 25, 2014 via mobile

The everglads safari park does not have any thing wonderful.If it is on the way or nearby you can plan to vidit or this can be skipped also.the aligators live far so you can watch only some small.The show is also not very good.I will...More

1  Thank Prachi K
Reviewed June 27, 2014

We decided to stop by on our way from the Keys to the airport at Miami. We went to the visitor center first where there was a park ranger who was very helpful in providing information about the park, along with maps. We got to...More

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Susan P
May 22, 2016|
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The Everglades Bird Tours are free. They are run by a National Park Service Ranger
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