Carl McArdle speaks to the importance of learning to look and listen closely to experience nature's bounty in the Everglades

Big Cypress National Preserve, founded in October of 1974, was one of the first national preserves established in the United States National Park System. Its unique geography includes vast wet prairies, cypress strands, and dense mangroves. Carol McArdle started her piece on site at Loop Road in the Preserve.

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