Stern of boat looking at line of small boatsEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceView from stern of boat looking aft at line of small boats. Trees in background; Paragraph taped to one photo."Boat-a cades- Ranger led boat-a-cades into the back country waterways of ENP".
Power house roof, Hurricane DonnaEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceInterior view of power house roof after Hurricane Donna. Kodachrome Transparency Photo Source: National Park Service Keywords:.
Three views of pond behind visitor centerEverglades National Park; National Park ServicePortion of contact sheet with views of edges of pond behind Royal Palm Visitor Center showing high water. Three negatives connected.
Vegetation during Hurricane BetsyEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceView of vegetation during Hurricane Betsy. Kodachrome Transparency Photo Source: National Park Service Keywords: Hurricane Betsy.
Construction on Royal PalmEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceView of crew working at Royal Palm. Crane and dumptrucks present. Date unknown. Photo mounted on cardboard. Kodak Safety Film Photo Source: National Park Service Keywords: Royal Palm.
View down straight gravel roadEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceView down straight gravel road with bushes on either side; "Ingraham Highway about 2 m. south of Hayes Farm Road. Approx. 20' wide useable rock surface; Park maintained".
Dredge operation on Tamiami CanalEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceNote reads: "Dredge operating on Tamiami Canal, immediately north of Everglades National Park. Canals such as this one divert water which once flow through the marches from Lake Okeechobee south into the park."
Bait tanks at marina, hurricane Donna, FlamingoEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceView of bait tanks - gas pump at Flamingo marina after Hurricane Donna. Kodachrome Transparency Photo Source: National Park Service Keywords: Hurricane Donna.
Close-up of Anhinga swallowing fishEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceClose-up of Anhinga swallowing fish; "Anghina 3. However in most cases, with slight shakes of the head, the Anhinga deftly flips the fish loose and snatches it head downwards-always. If she tried swallowing the bream tail first, the sharp fin rays and scales would catch in her throat."