During a paddle last October in Everglades National Park, I turned on my camera to film what felt like a scene out of National Geographic.On one side of me, two flamingos, likely from either the Yucatan Peninsula or Cuba, stood regally on a sand flat, feeding.  On the other side of me, in water so shallow I could reach down from my kayak and touch the bottom, a lemon shark swam harmlessly in search of fish. In the background, though the camera didn’t capture it, thousands of shorebirds were perched on the beach, from where they were making periodic sorties over Florida Bay.

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