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See larger A relatively uncommon sight in the area is the roseate spoonbill, seen here while foraging for food in shallow water in Everglades National Park.

Photo by QUENTIN ROUX, Staff

A relatively uncommon sight in the area is the roseate spoonbill, seen here while foraging for food in shallow water in Everglades National Park.

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  • Capt. Jason Sine of Everglades Area Tours talks conservation Thursday from a kayak off Pavilion Key, deep in the Everglades National Park near Chokoloskee island.
  • A group of eco-tourists led by Capt. Jason Sine of Everglades Area Tours, walks part of the beach of Pavilion Key in the Everglades National Park off the coast of Chokoloskee. Like the rest of Florida's coast, the area remains under threat from oil pollution from the northern Gulf BP spill.
  • Tour guide Capt. Jason Sine conducts tours that couldn't get much closer to nature.
  • A relatively uncommon sight in the area is the roseate spoonbill, seen here while foraging for food in shallow water in Everglades National Park.
  • Unlike raked beaches in cities such as Marco, Naples and Fort Myers, those in the Everglades National Park are of the type that let nature take its course.

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