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This is a male Anhinga spearing a sunfish along Turner River in Everglades National Park, South Florida
This is a male Anhinga spearing a sunfish along Turner River in Everglades National Park, South FloridaSubmitted by Ann Mellema / UGC

March 20

The correct answer is: 1.5 million acres. “You may find yourself spending a morning photographing the birds, an afternoon might be spent hiking and seeing the alligators taking advantage of the warmth of the sun, you might take a tour with a ranger or just spend an evening enjoying the warmth of your campfire,” says the National Park Service Web site. If you’re interested in visiting the Everglades and want some ideas of stuff to do, click here.