History of ﬁre at BCNP.
It’s Thursday night, Day 5. Hard to believe we arrived in Southwest Florida just ﬁve days ago. In less than 36 hours, our ﬁrst members will be headed to the airport to catch their ﬂights back north. An intense and fantastic week is in fact coming to a close.
Our project leader, Toby, expressed it best in welcoming us to the Alternative Spring Break adventure. She expressed the need for “opening” and “closing” in our lives. The need to recognize when an event begins, and when to end it. In taking her advice to heart, I am offering a pre-emptive closing to our experience at Big Cypress National Preserve, in the form of a PHOTO BLOG!
Enjoy this assortment of the week’s best moments, brought to you courtesy of my dedication to photography.
Pete and Reynolds demonstrating bromeliad harvesting.
Bringing the guns to work. S
earching for Red Cockaded Woodpecker nests
Raking a ﬁre line around RCW trees.
Learning to break glass
Ken giving us a brieﬁng before our canoe tour of Collier-Seminole State Park.
Beautiful mangrove overhang.
They may be going the wrong way.
Cypress dome in BCNP.
Miranda and the gang.