Lucky 7 – SFNPT Approves $777,000 in New Grants for South Florida’s National Parks

September 2018 – The South Florida National Parks Trust has approved $777,289 in new grants for South Florida’s national parks. The funding will support park programs and projects in five critical areas: environmental education for local school children, habitat restoration and wildlife conservation, volunteer activities, ranger programs for the public, and community engagement. A complete

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Giving Back: Nature Photography from a Canoe

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February 2017 – Here’s a great way to treat yourself, a friend or family member to some fine art nature photography AND support South Florida’s national parks. Buy a fine art print – framed or canvas – from South Florida photographer Constance Mier (Photography from a Canoe) and Constance will donate 20% of the purchase price

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Wine & Wildlife II in Naples

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February 2017 – More than 150 people joined the SFNPT on Thursday February 2 at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton in Naples for our 2nd annual Wine & Wildlife event. The event showcases Big Cypress National Preserve, the Gulf Coast district of Everglades National Park, and the amazing abundance of wildlife these parks protect including

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Picture of the Month April 2016

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April 2016 – Look who we caught napping on a lazy afternoon in Everglades National Park… a true Miami night owl! The barred owl was spotted in one of the park’s cypress domes, just off the main park road on the way to Flamingo. The park lists six owls on its species list: Barred Owl

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Picture of the Month March 2016

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March 2016 – A 14-foot American crocodile spotted at Nine Mile Pond in the Everglades this winter by wildlife photographer Katie Dimos. Nice shot! Did you know: South Florida is the only place on the planet where alligators and crocodiles live side by side! The Flamingo Marina in Everglades National Park is a great place

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