We were very impressed with the artifacts and knowledge contained in this storefront headquarters. The Ranger was hugely helpful on places to stop and see the deer and other roads to check, also noting what other wildlife we may encounter. With his map and new information we went to the blue hole area and walked the trails around the water. It was bright daylight and we didn't see any deer there, but saw two alligators basking in the reeds and on a rock. Beautiful foliage. The one deer we did see was on our drive down towards the lower keys behind the mesh fencing where they need to be. The deaths of these unique and endangered deer are down from last year but still a staggering 125 have been killed this year. A great place to influence young children of the value of all nature.
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