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David E. McNeely
Everglades Photos 

Panoramic Color Photography in The Everglades National Park
Published in National Geographic Adventure and Field and Stream Magazines 

Recent images:

New Johnson Key Chickee on Florida Bay

Dolphin going out with the tide near Flamingo

Go To Photos

Returned To Flamingo From Carl Ross Key
The Scribe's Favorite Paddle Trip

The Scribe Having Fun In The Ten Thousand Islands
Waters Calm At Rabbit Key - Photo By Photographer Pat Welsh

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Map of the Everglades National Park


Glades coastal campsites appear to be slipping under water.  Is this due to rising sea levels or erosion or what

*Carl Ross Key is no longer an approved campsite, battered and diminished by hurricanes over the years.

*Graveyard Creek Campsite eroded gradually and then abruptly at the time of Hurricane Wilma in 2005--now it is partly under water.

*Kingston Key Chickee was knocked out by Hurricane Wilma and no longer exists.

*Highland Beach gives evidence of structures and embedded tree stumps from the past, now under water.

*Not available are photos of the former South Lostman's Campsite, a campsite at the basin of Lostman's River.  South Lostman's was terminated as an allowed campsite after Hurricane Andrew in 1992.

*Nothing remains of the campsite once on the eastern shore of Lake Ingraham.