Audubon’s Everglades Science Center - Photographs

 

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A view of Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas taken from the vantage of Bush Key.

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Environmental protection, Wildlife conservation, Dry Tortugas (Fla.), Key West (Fla.), Fort Jefferson, North and Central America, United States, Florida, Monroe, Dry Tortugas Islands

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1 online resource ( 1 photo: color)

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Environmental protection; Wildlife conservation; Dry Tortugas (Fla.); Key West (Fla.); Fort Jefferson

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University of South Florida USF

Notes

Bush Key is closed from February to September every year as approximately 80,000 sooty terns and 4,500 brown noddies use this island to nest and raise their young. It is the only significant breeding colony of sooty terns and brown noddies in the US. Date

Keywords

Environmental protection, Wildlife conservation, Dry Tortugas (Fla.), Key West (Fla.), Fort Jefferson, North and Central America, United States, Florida, Monroe, Dry Tortugas Islands

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