from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A subtropical swamp area of southern Florida including Everglades National Park. It is noted for its wildlife, especially crocodiles, alligators, and egrets.
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- proper n. An area of subtropical marshland in southern Florida
- proper n. The Everglades National Park, a national park in south of the Everglades
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a large subtropical swamp in southern Florida that is noted for its wildlife
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PHIL ALLEN, PORT EVERGLADES DIRECTOR: Plans are already in place to expand the program next year to handle all 56 ships that call up Ft. Everglades.
Q: Does canoeing in the everglades save the Everglades?
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK - A contentious Everglades restoration project that a judge once called an "environmental bridge to nowhere" kicked off Friday, two decades after Congress authorized it.
I photographed this specimen from a walkway in Everglades National Park.
When a small town at the edge of the Florida Everglades is threatened by a raging hurricane, U.S.
Camping by kayak among the myriad coastal islands of the Everglades is one of the best fishing deals of all time.
Back in Everglades City, meanwhile, you can stay with my pals at the Ivey House lodge (iveyhouse. com) for $85 a night and have a fresh grouper sandwich with a cold beer at the fish dock across the street as you watch the sun go down.
In October last year, a 3. 6m python came off second best in Everglades National Park in Florida.
The Everglades is the largest subtropical wilderness in the country, and it's a marvelous place for a do-it-yourself fishing adventure.
The plan is a vital component of the Clinton-Gore Administration's long-term Everglades restoration strategy.