A “bight” is a bay within a bay. Snake Bight is a small bay within Florida Bay, which is what the Everglades flow into at the northern bounds of the Florida Keys. Here is a photo from Snake Bight.
If the intricacies of South Florida’s water management systems are a mystery to you, don’t worry, Underwaterville has got your back. Step one, try and imagine what 220 billion gallons of water look like flowing into a national park. Step two, realize that it’s already started to happen. Step three, see how it all came… Continue reading Everglades CERP Will Pump Over 220 Billion Gallons Of Water Into Everglades National Park
The Everglades are a federal park, but it’s private contractors who are getting the money to engineer its revitalization, not that there’s anything wrong with that. Just take a look at the signage to the left side of the entrance to Shark Valley and Everglades National Park. It reads: “Old Tamiami Trail Removal. Miami-Dade County.… Continue reading Old Tamiami Trail Removal Project 2020