Kristin Cox, 29, of Miami Beach, enters the mangrove tunnel in Turner River in Big Cypress National Preserve. She, along with a dozen others, took part in the preserve's free ranger-led tours. Everglades National Park also hosts a diverse selection of free guided tours as does Biscayne National Park.
Kristin Cox, 29, of Miami Beach, enters the mangrove tunnel in Turner River in Big Cypress National Preserve. She, along with a dozen others, took part in the preserve's free ranger-led tours. Everglades National Park also hosts a diverse selection of free guided tours as does Biscayne National Park. Caitlin Granfield For the Herald
Kristin Cox, 29, of Miami Beach, enters the mangrove tunnel in Turner River in Big Cypress National Preserve. She, along with a dozen others, took part in the preserve's free ranger-led tours. Everglades National Park also hosts a diverse selection of free guided tours as does Biscayne National Park. Caitlin Granfield For the Herald

Rangers lead free tours of Everglades and Biscayne parks - in canoes, bikes and hikes

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