Little in North America is wilder than the Florida Everglades—a
landscape of frightening reptiles, exotic plants in profusion,
swarms of mosquitoes, and unforgiving heat. And yet, even from
the early days of taming the wilderness with clearing and
drainage, the Everglades has been considered fragile, unique, and
in need of restorative interventions. Drawing on a decade of
fieldwork with hunters in the Everglades, Laura A. Ogden... more...