Birds are the Measure and Treasure of the Everglades!
From the vulnerable Southern Bald Eagles in the Kissimmee Valley to the dwindling colonies of Roseate Spoonbills in Florida Bay, scarce Wood Storks in the Big Cypress and the vanishing Everglade Snail Kite, four bird species characterize the corners of the vast wetland system known as the Greater Everglades. Each represents the points of an ecological diamond encompassing an avian treasure dependent on the great array of habitat we call the Everglades.
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