About Seasons of the Wild
In Southern Florida, the complex ecosystem known as the Everglades only has two seasons--wet and dry. Observe the stark changes in climate that transform a landscape governed by eternal cycles of water.
From Lake Ockeechobee to the Florida Bay, the sprawling two million soggy acres that make up the Everglades are connected by a single river basin. Join the nearly 600 species of animals as they adapt to the region's challenging dry season--a key part of an ongoing cycle that has shaped this landscape for eons.
Rainy season arrives in the Florida Everglades, a stark contrast to the dry winter that preceded it. For the wildlife that inhabits the marshes, slews, wetland prairies, and swamps of this dazzlingly unique ecosystem, adapting to the flood is a question of survival.