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Prescribed burns are an important part of resource management at Everglades National Park.
Over half of the original land mass and 70 per cent of the historic water flow to the Everglades National Park have now been lost,' says Cara Capp, Everglades Restoration Program Manager with the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), an independent organisation working to protect America's national parks.
The money will also help the team hire additional developers and artists and support travel to Everglades National Park so they can consult with local herpetologists.
But large, exotic constrictors are not a piece of the Everglades National Park puzzle that we're trying to preserve for the public.
Python Pete of Everglades National Park is helping to protect the park from invasive species.
What body of water lies between Everglades National Park and the Florida Keys?
In Everglades National Park, ranger Rick Cook says the goal is to return the land to its native state.
But even with the damage, Everglades National Park is one of America's most fascinating outdoor areas.
With its beaches and fantastic attractions like Walt Disney World, the Florida Keys, the Everglades National Park and Universal Studios, it's easy to see why Florida is such a popular destination.
For most of the twentieth century, Everglades National Park in Florida suffered the effects of not-so-benign neglect.
With little soil and lots of rock, this unusual ecosystem stretches from Dade County south into Everglades National Park.
When Everglades National Park built its Mahogany Hammock Trail, rangers noticed within two months that every rare tropical "hand fern" within arm's reach had been swiped from the three trees that bore them.