27
Apr
Everglades National Park Tours | Swamp Fever Airboat Adventures

Everglades National Park Tours: Top Things to Do

The Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States that provides a home to many rare and endangered species like the manatee, American crocodile, and the Florida panther. This place is not just a home to different species, but it also has exceptional beauty and offers exciting recreational activities that you will surely enjoy with your…

22
Apr
Animals That Live In Swamps | Swamp Fever Airboat Adventures

Learn More About the Animals That Live In Swamps

Are you interested to learn about the animals that live in swamps? If you are about to join a swamp tour, we bet you will enjoy reading this article. We recommend having some knowledge about swamp animals so you can appreciate your upcoming adventure. What Are Swamps? Swamps are amazing ecosystems where water dominates most of the land. They are…

20
Apr
Everglades City | Swamp Fever Airboat Adventures

Fun and Exciting Things to Do in Everglades City

Everglades City is known as the Gateway to Ten Thousand Islands. You will find it in Collier County, Florida, at the mouth of Barron River in Chokoloskee Bay. The city is a perfect destination for people who love to be outdoors and marvel at the abundant beauty of nature. It houses the ideal spots for swimming, kayaking, riding an airboat,…

15
Apr
What Animals Live in Wetlands | Swamp Fever Airboat Adventures

What Animals Live in Wetlands of Florida

Do you know that there are an estimated 10.2 million acres of freshwater wetlands in Florida? That’s 31% of the whole state, which is astoundingly huge, right? These wetlands support both aquatic and terrestrial species, which means many plants and animals thrive in these areas. The prolonged presence of water gives these living things the necessary conditions that favor their…

13
Apr
Rare Animals That Live In Florida | You Discover Florida

Rare Animals That Live In Florida

Florida is home to more than a thousand different animal species, 269 of which can be only found in this state. Furthermore, 87 animal species are endangered, while 37 are threatened. These animals are rare since their numbers are not that abundant anymore. You are lucky if you can witness some of them as you explore its vast expanse. Here…

01
Apr
What Is an Alligator | Swamp Fever Airboat Adventures

What Is an Alligator?

The term alligator comes from the Spanish word “el lagarto,” or translated as “the lizard.” Alligators are huge reptiles and members of the order Crocodylia. These are often confused with crocodiles because they are closely related. Alligators are cold-blooded or what we refer to as ectothermic. It means they do not have the ability to control their temperatures internally. To…