Need to watch out for the alligators hiding in the swamps of Florida
An egret wades into the Florida marshes in search for food
This Pileated Woodpecker adds a touch of color to the Florida woods
If you aren’t careful, you could almost walk into a baby alligator hiding in the Florida marshes
Wakodahatchee Wetlands in Delray Beach, Florida offers a vast variety of birds and even green iguanas like this one that camouflaged itself
This Florida heron seems to be walking up a small branch to get a better view
More than a million alligators live throughout Florida, though the species remains listed as an endangered species because it closely resembles the endangered American crocodile. Both crocodiles and alligators evolved from a common ancestor with dinosaurs.