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April 25th, 2012
With weather always at its best and famous beaches that blow refreshing cool air, Florida is a famous state state to kick back and relax. Laying on the beach, feeling your toes tickle the soft sand and the smell of salt water filling your lungs — nothing could beat a day like that! Yet, going to the beach everyday for your relaxing vacation will get boring soon enough.
How about a mini version of the Everglades instead? The Wakodahatchee Wetlands, which is a located in Delray Beach, Florida, welcomes everyone of any age to enjoy the wildlife of the area by walking along the boardwalk and exploring.
The Wakodahatchee Wetlands is like an animal photographer haven. So carrying around a camera is a must! As soon as you enter, a gorgeous sight of the bright sky contrasting with the kelly green greenery pops out. It is difficult to not take a moment and awe at the sight! As soon as the scenery sets in, the wildlife appears. There are over 100 different types of birds, all of multifarious features, that have been spotted and all of which are easy to photograph since most are use to humans strolling along the boardwalk. This boardwalk is like a elongate bridge, because it stretches over the water. When you gaze at the wetlands, the flying creatures are fun to point out through all the sprouting waters. Listen the sound of the birds to decipher where some may be hiding. Not all birds have the same song. This could be a great entertaining game to play.