Guided Photo Walks

Guided photo walks are finally available!  On these walks, you’ll have an opportunity to learn about some of Florida’s amazing ecology.  We’ll talk about the plants and wildlife we encounter along the way.  These walks will take approximately two hours and will take us through simple walking terrain.  While not super strenuous, we will be walking a mile or two, so come prepared with water, bug spray, and a snack.  Bring your camera!

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Coming Soon

Once the weather starts to cool off just a bit and the rain slows down some, I’ll be getting out more and finding some new places to explore and share with you.  I have a big, long list of places I’m looking forward to reviewing for you in the coming months.  I know things have been quiet around here, but bear with me just a little while longer because there are some cool new things coming very soon!  Also, I’ve changed out all of the prints that are available for sale in the gallery.  You can check them out here: https://prints.rhphotoadventures.com/AvailablePrints/.  Enjoy these last few weeks of summer.  I’ll see you out on the trails!

What is there to do?

You could drive around the state looking for brown signs indicating scenic areas and parks, or you could check out some of this info I’ve gathered here for you.  I’ve spent an awful lot of time seeking out some of the best (in my opinion) places for exploring nature in Florida.  This is not a list of every specific place to explore, but a list of ways for you to find those places for yourself and go explore.  There are a lot of great resources available for finding things to do.  It’s not always easy to find those resources though.  This is a list of some of my favorites.  I hope you’ll find this compilation helpful.

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Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

It was pretty easy deciding which place I wanted to share first.  I have a lot of favorites, but my absolute favorite is easily Corkscrew Swamp.  Cypress swamps are my favorite, and this place has the largest old growth bald cypress forest in the world.  It’s also home to one of the largest nesting colonies of endangered wood storks in the U.S.

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