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Archive: Jun 2023

Summertime Thunderstorms In The Everglades

Afternoon thunderstorms are a common occurrence in the Everglades, particularly during the wet season, which typically runs from May to October. These thunderstorms are a result of the region’s subtropical climate, abundant moisture, and the interaction of warm, humid air with the surrounding landscape. The Everglades’ flat topography and extensive waterways play a role in…

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June 22, 2023

Will we see alligators when we visit the Everglades?

While alligators are indeed present in the Everglades, finding them in the wild can sometimes be a challenge. Here are a few reasons why it may be difficult to spot alligators in their natural habitat within the Everglades: Camouflage and Stealth: Alligators are masters of camouflage, blending seamlessly into their surroundings. Their dark coloration and…

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June 15, 2023