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The python invasion in the Everglades could wipe out even the fastest breeding animals
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The python invasion in the Everglades could wipe out even the ...

See Also Even breeding like bunnies can't save some mammals in Everglades National Park from invading Burmese pythons. When the heat of summer revved up snake activity, the pythons ate up to a fifth of a study population of marsh rabbits each week, ... Business Insider, 1 week ago
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Burmese Pythons are killing the rabbits in the Florida Everglades

Nearly 80 percent of radio-tracked marsh rabbits that died in Everglades National Park in a recent study were eaten by Burmese pythons, according to a new publication by University of Florida and U.S. Geological Survey researchers. A year later, ...
 Environmental News Network1 week ago Study suggests pythons gobbling up Everglades critters  Miami Herald1 week ago New Study Sheds Light on Mammal Declines in Everglades National Park  Noodls1 week ago Invasive pythons are decimating the Everglades rabbit population  Salon1 week ago
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Study: Nearly 60 Everglades rare plants are endangered

Of more than 760 different plants in Everglades National Park, an exhaustive new 10-year study identifies nearly 60 that are critically imperiled. Poaching remains the biggest threat to most plants, particularly rare orchids and ferns that top the ...
 Miami Herald3 weeks ago Rare plants in the Everglades under siege, struggling against extinction  TheStar.com.my5 days ago Study Shows Close To 60 Rare Plants In The Everglades Are Endangered  Tech Times3 weeks ago
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Giant pythons are gobbling up all the bunnies in the Florida Everglades

In the fresh water swamp of the Florida Everglades National Park, a battle for survival is raging between native mammals and massive invasive pythons that can grow up to 19 feet in length. Unfortunately for the bunnies, bobcats and coyotes, the ...
 Los Angeles Times1 week ago Hungry giant pythons are gobbling up rabbits in the Florida Everglades  Los Angeles Times1 week ago Robert is Here - Florida Fruit Stand Specializes in Tropical Fruits & Shakes  Examiner.com3 weeks ago
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Men Rescued After 9 Hours on Sinking Boat: Coast Guard

Two men were rescued by the Coast Guard after their boat had been sinking for nine hours near Everglades National Park Tuesday morning. A Coast Guard boat and helicopter found the two men knee deep in water aboard their partially submerged sailboat ...
 NBCNews.com2 weeks ago USCG Rescues 2 from Vessel Near Everglades National Park  Maritime Global News2 weeks ago

SoFla history comes alive at free Vintage Day celebration on Saturday [Sun Sentinel]

March 05--Get free entry to Everglades National Park at the Homestead entrance to celebrate the fifth annual "Vintage Day" on Saturday. Turn-of-the-century South Florida history comes alive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. as costumed Gladesmen, gator and ...
 BusinessWeek3 weeks ago
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Almost 200 whales stranded on New Zealand beach

A group of stranded short-finned pilot whales are seen stranded in shallow waters in Everglades National Park, Florida in this National Park Service handout picture. Image by: HANDOUT / Reuters Almost 200 pilot whales stranded themselves on a ...
 Times Live South Africa1 month ago Pilot Whales Stranded: 198 Confused Whales Need To Be Re-Directed To Deeper Waters  Inquisitr1 month ago
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Heads Up: A Cold War Missile Base in the Heart of the Everglades

Leon Howell, a ranger in Everglades National Park, leads a tour of the former HM-69 Nike Missile Base there. Everglades National Park is famed for its colorful — and often savage — wildlife. But rangers at the Florida park also take visitors ...
 Social Dashboard3 weeks ago Body of Missing Everglades Canoer Found  NBCNews.com1 month ago
National Geographic

Birding That Counts

Christmas Bird Count participants looking and listening for birds in Florida's Everglades National Park. Photo: Joe Raedle/ At first it was just a game, but it was launched for the best of reasons. Back in 1900 Frank Chapman—editor of Bird-Lore, ...
 National Audobon Society1 month ago I Heart My National Park: Everglades  National Geographic2 months ago Voyageurs National Park Announces New Chief Ranger  Noodls2 months ago Everglades National Park offers 11 free-admission days in 2015  Examiner.com2 months ago
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Everglades Vintage Day: Dreamers and Schemers

At Everglades National Park's fifth annual Vintage Day Celebration, the focus was on dreamers and schemers whose activities made the park what it is today. The celebration took place at the Royal Palm Visitor Center near Homestead on Saturday, ...
 Examiner.com2 weeks ago FIFTH ANNUAL "VINTAGE DAY" CELEBRATION  Noodls1 month ago
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