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Old 12-30-2013, 07:47 AM   #1
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Sighting-SMB-Everglades City-Dec.29th

Baja tan SMB with stickers towing a fishing boat headed into Everglades City, FL
We were packing up at Everglades City Motel after spending a few days seeing the surrounding parks, lots o gators and birds!
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Old 03-17-2014, 10:04 PM   #2
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Hey Ref that was me. U based on the east coast? I spend 30 ish days a year down there fishing.
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Re: Sighting-SMB-Everglades City-Dec.29th

Oh, hey, just saw that there was a response to this. No, we're in Colorado, flew down there to tool around the national parks before a family gathering for my dad's 90th! In Naples. We started doing the jr. ranger programs at the national parks and collecting badges and stamping the book with our little man (6) several years ago, so we made the loop around to big Cyprus, Biscayne and Everglades.
Side note: The jr. Ranger program is great for anyone with kids, is available at all national parks, we learn a lot about each park we visit, the kids earn their badges and it's free!
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...Side note: The jr. Ranger program is great for anyone with kids, is available at all national parks, we learn a lot about each park we visit, the kids earn their badges and it's free!
National Park Service National Monuments too.
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...Side note: The jr. Ranger program is great for anyone with kids, is available at all national parks, we learn a lot about each park we visit, the kids earn their badges and it's free!
National Park Service National Monuments too.
Agree, it is a great program. My son has something like 15-16 of them so far. It really engages kids in the park (and adults too!).

National Historic Sites and some National Refuges and other related "National" sites are also starting to do the Junior Ranger program, too (Junior Refuge Manager for NWR sites).

http://www.piping-plover.org/juniorrefugemanager.html
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