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Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock talks with Megan Bartlett of Denver about a Banded Tulip shell found on Lumber Key in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.

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Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock talks with Megan Bartlett of Denver about a Banded Tulip shell found on Lumber Key in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.

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  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock talks with Megan Bartlett of Denver about the plants and marine life found in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock talks with Megan Bartlett of Denver about a Banded Tulip shell found on Lumber Key in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock talks with Megan Bartlett of Denver about the plants and marine life found in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Megan Bartlett of Denver records her trip in writing while on the Everglades Area Tours' Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning in the Ten Thousand Islands. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock taks lead of the tour during the paddle portion of the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning in the Ten Thousand Islands. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock helps Megan Bartlett of Denver come ashore at Lumber Key during the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning in the Ten Thousand Islands. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock talks with Megan Bartlett of Denver about the plants and marine life found in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock, left, and Megan Bartlett of Denver paddle around Lumber Key during the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning in the Ten Thousand Islands. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock, left, and Megan Bartlett of Denver paddle around Lumber Key during the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning in the Ten Thousand Islands. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
A flock of White Pelicans found in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Everglades Area Tours' Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
An Osprey flies through the Ten Thousand Islands carrying a pompano as patrons on the Everglades Area Tours' Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour watch on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
A Snowy Egret flies through the Ten Thousand Islands as patrons on the Everglades Area Tours' Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour watch on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock talks with Megan Bartlett of Denver about the plants and marine life found in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock and Captain Charles Wright await participants for their Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning on Chokoloskee. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock talks with Megan Bartlett of Denver about the plants and marine life found in the Ten Thousand Islands on the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Everglades Area Tours captain Bruce Hitchcock prepares the kayaks for the paddle portion of the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning in the Ten Thousand Islands. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.
  • Jason Easterly/Special to the Daily News
Megan Bartlett of Denver paddles around Lumber Key during the Everglades Area Tours Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour on Friday morning in the Ten Thousand Islands. Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and the surroundings.

Twelve different ecotours leave Chokoloskee twice daily. The boat assisted tour combines riding, paddling and walking all while learning about nature and surroundings.

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