S: Okefenokee Swamp Janel M. Gale
FC: Adventures at: The Okefenokee Swamp Scrapbook | By Janel Gale
1: Dedicated to Troop 1255 With who I experienced the Okefenokee Swamp with
2: The national refugee was created in 1937 in order to protect wildlife for people. It is the largest National Wildlife Refugee in the east part of the United States. | Side Photos From Refuge Website
3: Okefenokee Fish & Wildlife Refugee The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is a section of the Department of the Interior which tries to protect wildlife and animals for the use of American citizens.
4: Lily Pads | Pitcher Plant | Spanish Moss | PLANTS
5: There are 621 different species in the Okefenokee Swamp. Trees include the Black Gum, Pine, Bay, and the Red Maple. | Spanish Moss
7: The boat that we took a 90 minute tour through the Okefenokee Swamp on | Boat and canoe tours are two of the main ways to experience the swamp.
9: SO MANY ALLIGATORS! Alligators were everywhere! The largest one we saw was about fifteen feet, but the record is about 19 feet.
10: Photos of the wet land section of the Okefenokee! About 370,000 acres are considered wet lands!
11: Even more alligators!
13: Other animals we saw on our tour of the Okefenokee
15: The Okefenokee Swamp has lots of great views!