Believe it or not, Central Florida is a much more naturally diverse destination than you might think. With all of the theme parks and attractions, its hard to think of Orlando as much of a natural vacation. Wildlife is nearly everywhere in Florida, making the Sunshine State the 3rd most ecologically diverse state next to Hawaii and California, and it’s no surprise that Florida is a bird-watchers paradise. If you’re just getting into bird-watching, here are a few tips that nature enthusiasts can keep in mind when viewing birds, whether you’re on an Everglades airboat tours, or you’re on a.
Many people don’t know that originally, the color associated with Saint Patrick was blue. However, over the years, the color green and its association with Saint Patrick's Day grew. Green ribbons and shamrocks were worn in celebration of St. Patrick's Day as early as the 17th century. Today, if you don’t wear green on St. Patrick’s day, watch out because you may get pinched!
Florida airboat rides aren’t just for the nature lover, in fact, people of all ages and backgrounds come to Wild Florida to enjoy our pristine swamp and abundance of wildlife. Children especially love the fact that they get to ride in a big boat while observing gators, birds and other animals around the swamp. If you’re looking to get away for the day with your kids, you won’t regret taking them to Wild Florida, and here’s why!
A canal restoration project that began construction in 2010 has successfully begun restoring the flow of freshwater to Florida Bay, an area that was lacking freshwater due to past drainage developments. There is finally some great news for the Everglades and the wildlife surrounding our Orlando airboat rides! The freshwater push will likely help restore the populations of wading birds that has been decreasing since freshwater in the area has been dwindling.