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  1. Gatie the Alligator (Wildlife adventure series) by William S. Briscoe, Rhoda Leonard, 1964-12
  2. Wildlife Management: Crocodiles and Alligators by S. Charlie Manolis, Grahame J. W. Webb, 1993-02
  3. Alligators: Beneath the Blackwater (Wildlife Series (Minocqua, Wis.).) by Barbara Sleeper, 1996-09
  4. Returning Wildlife - American Alligators by John Becker, 2003-10-01
  5. The North American alligator, (Wildlife series) by Jim Pruitt, 1974
  6. The Alligator (Wildlife Habits and Habitat) by Edward Morrison, 1984-05
  7. The American Alligator (Wildlife of North America) by Steve Potts, 1999-08
  8. Gatie the Alligator (Wildlife Adventure Ser.) by Rhoda; Briscoe, Wiliam S. Leonard, 1964-01-01
  9. Alligator River: National Wildlife Refuge Hunting Regulations & Permit 2005-2006 by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 2005
  10. Alligators and Crocodiles (Project Wildlife Series) by Michael Bright, 1990-08
  11. The fur animals, the alligator, and the fur industry in Louisiana (Wildlife education bulletin) by Ted O'Neil, 1977
  12. Alligator River: National Wildlife Refuge by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, 2004
  13. Guide to Florida Alligator and Crocodile (Wildlife Series) by Robert Anderson, 1988-06
  14. Alligators & Crocodiles by Malcolm Penny, 1991-11-06

1. Everglades National Park (U.S. National Park Service)
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/* Styles generated for CommonSpot elements */ Skip to Search Skip to Navigation Skip to Body Skip to Footer Search this park Search Site Index Frequently Asked Questions Contact Us view map text size: printer friendly Quicklinks: Welcome to Everglades National Park, the only one of its kind. Everglades National Park, the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, boasts rare and endangered species. It has been designated a World Heritage Site, International Biosphere Reserve, and Wetland of International Importance, significant to all people of the world. Información en español Planning a Visit to Everglades National Park There's always a lot going on at Everglades National Park! Try our new videos to assist in planning a visit for a few hours or a whole week. Review our event and information pages for more about things to do in the park. New adventures beckon from every corner of this unique ecosystem! NEW TO DO
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There are hiking trails, a fishing pier, observation towers and lakes which are home to ospreys, cranes and alligators. Wildlife, including the bald eagle, are easily spotted in

3. Airboat Ecotours
Glide the grassy marshes of the St. Johns River and Lake Poinsett on an ecotour. Participants can see birds, alligators and other wildlife on a personally-guided airboat tour. Also in Cocoa.
Experience a unique and thrilling Florida airboat ride adventure! Join Captain Rick's personalized, interpretive eco-tour as you look for alligators, native and migratory birds, and other Florida wild life on the St. Johns River. C limb aboard Grasshopper, a state-of-the-art airboat, custom built for a comfortable and safe Florida airboat ride, promising you an educational and fun wildlife experience. Captain Rick (friends in the know call Captain Rick the Florida Authority). A lifelong Floridian and fully licensed and insured U.S. Coast Guard Master, will narrate your exciting 90 minute airboat eco-tour. You will enjoy optimum wildlife viewing being seated in elevated, cushioned seats. Videos - Glide across the grassy marshes of the St. Johns River Having Fun with Captain Rick Close to Nature A typical airboat ride Prices - please add 6% Florida Sales Tax Per Person: $ 45.00 Rides are appropriate for children ages 8 and older Reservations (321) 631-2990 Reservations are required and can be made by calling (321) 631-2990.

4. Crocodiles And Alligators Wildlife Poster
More than 20 species of crocodiles and alligators. Includes scientific information. Poster Size 26.75 x 38.5 (68 x 98 cm) Item 20095 Availability In Stock
Crocodiles and Alligators Wildlife Poster
More than 20 species of crocodiles and alligators. Includes scientific information.
Poster Size: 26.75" x 38.5" (68 x 98 cm)
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5. Nature: Wildlife Stories
Head to the Southeast to spot alligators. Wildlife Where to See Mountain Lions Mountain lions can be found from Central America to the Pacific.
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6. Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge
Welcome to North Carolina's Outer Banks and to the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.
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Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge
E stablished in 1984 and located on the mainland of eastern North Carolina, Alligator River contains over 152,000 acres. Many species of wildlife call Alligator River home. The refuge bird list suggests at least 200 species of birds spend at least a portion of their year here. Many neotropical migrants, such as prothonotary warblers, prairie warblers, Swainson's warblers, worm-eating warblers and red-eyed vireos nest in the thick pocosin vegetation. Wood ducks, barred owls and other cavity nesters seek the old trees inevitably left due to their inacessible locations. Endangered and threatened species found on the refuge include the American alligator, peregrine falcon, American bald eagle and the red-cockaded woodpecker. the refuge is also home to one of the largest remaining concentrations of black bear along the mid-atlantic coast. L ong ago the area that now comprises Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge was considered by most people to be a vast wasteland. Visitors to the Outer Banks from the west made a special effort to complete their journey before dark, lest they risk a vehicle break-down on "no-man's land". Stories of bears, snakes and other vermin coupled with miles of nothingness on both Highways 64 and 264 made the casual traveler cautious, if not suspicious, of being stranded there.

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8. San Antonio Off Topic Thread (alligators, Wildlife, Home) - Texas (TX) - Page 77
Yeah, it was a pretty stupid thing to do. It probably was a weight thing, and they are lucky they weren't all hurt or killed. I could never have done

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Yeah, it was a pretty stupid thing to do. It probably was a weight thing, and they are lucky they weren't all hurt or killed. I could never have done it. I am the biggest elevator baby I know. The building I used to work in had a faulty oneI got stuck on it one day. Not for very long, but I swear I have had the worst elevator dreams ever since. The recurring one is with me starting at the top floor, and as soon as the door closes, the elevator ceiling drops down about 2 feet or so, so it's just inches above my head. Then rather than going down, it starts to go diagonally through the building, with the car actually getting smaller and more triangular shaped on the way down. Freaks me out so bad. By the time I get to the bottom, the car is just big enough for about 2 people squatting, and I'm a wreck.

9. BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Lake Faces Aftermath Of City Catastrophe
Covering 1,632 sq km (630 sq miles), Pontchartrain is home to more than 125 species of aquatic life, from anchovies to alligators. Wildlife in the wetlands of the lake's basin
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    The filthy floodwaters that have engulfed much of New Orleans are posing a fresh challenge for the city - where should the toxic mess be deposited? Fears are growing that the wrong choices now could spark environmental problems for decades to come. The lake is long used to pollution but was getting cleaner Lake Pontchartrain, the large water mass north of New Orleans, is the focus of many of these fears.

10. Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
Savannah National Wildlife Refuge 694 Beech Hill Lane Hardeeville, SC 29927 Email Phone Number (843) 784-2468 Visit the Refuge's Web Site

11. Gator Aid - Page 1 - News - Houston - Houston Press
Larry Janik; Sarah Cerrone; Mark Porter; Crocodiles and Alligators; Wildlife

12. Alligators / Wildlife Information / Natural Resources / Departments / Home - Cit
A barrier island sanctuary located just west of Ft. Myers, Florida in the Gulf of Mexico.

13. Don't Let Gator Get Your Granny In Framingham | Universal Hub
The MetroWest Daily News reports Residents are being warned not to swim in Lake alligators; wildlife

14. Alligators, Wildlife, Rivers, Sunsets
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This photo was taken on a bridge above the Myakka River in Florida. I took this shot at sunset when the pink clouds reflected in the river provided an interesting contrast to the alligator.
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16. Fisherman Catches Alligator 'feeding Frenzy' On Video - CNN
A voice heard on an amazing video of 300 feeding alligators says it all. I ain't never seen so many gators in my life. Ray Cason's biggest catch earlier this month, when he went

17. South Carolina Reptiles And Amphibans Recent Observations Page: October 1999
This is a long way from the natural range of alligators. Wildlife officers were called and they captured the gator. They tentatively identified it as an Alligator, and not a
RECENT OBSERVATIONS Week Ending October 31, 1999 It's not often that you see a truly newsworthy "herp" story in the local newspaper. However, one did appear at the end of last week. Hickory Tavern is a little crossroads community in Laurens County about 10 miles from my home. It was reported that on the night of October 18 th a deer hunter found a 5-foot Alligator crossing a road in Hickory Tavern. For those who are not familiar with the geography of South Carolina, Laurens County is in the middle of the Piedmont. This is a long way from the natural range of alligators. Wildlife officers were called and they captured the gator. They tentatively identified it as an Alligator, and not a Caiman, but will verify its species before releasing it into its natural habitat. It is speculated that it was someone's illegal pet. It was also reported that an alligator was taken from Lake Greenwood last year. Lake Greenwood is about a mile from my house. My first thought upon reading the story was "With all the cruising I do, why couldn't I have been lucky enough to find it!" I am about 90 percent recovered now. On Tuesday I was able to walk around the farm and do a little herping. I saw an Anole and found a Slimy Salamander under a piece of sheet metal. I walked to one of the springs to check on the Three-Lined Salamanders. This spring is vertically encased with a 30-inch diameter concrete pipe. Last October Three-Lined Salamanders used the spring well as a spawning pool. I saw one salamander in the well. There were a number of the white spermatophores floating and attached to the walls of the casing.

18. Alligator Safety Tips / Alligators / Wildlife Information / Natural Resources /
A barrier island sanctuary located just west of Ft. Myers, Florida in the Gulf of Mexico.
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    Sanibel contains over 2,200 acres of freshwater wetlands that provide habitat for a sizable population of alligators. Since many of the residential neighborhoods on the Island contain lakes or interface with conservation lands containing wetlands, interaction between humans and alligators is likely. Since alligators are cold-blooded reptiles, their metabolic rate increases and decreases as water and air temperatures fluctuate. During cooler months, alligators are generally lethargic and do not move around much. By the beginning of April, when the weather starts to warm, alligators become active, feeding more, looking for new territories and mating. It is during these times that alligator sightings are most prevalent. If you see an alligator, the best thing to do is leave it alone. The following is a list of safety tips to ensure that your time spent on Sanibel is both rewarding and safe.
    Please keep the following tips in mind to ensure the time you spend on Sanibel does not result in a conflict with an alligator:
    • Be aware of the possibility of alligator attacks when in or near fresh or brackish bodies of water. Many attacks occur when people do not pay close enough attention to their surroundings when working or recreating near water.

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20. Biography Manny Puig, Savage Wild, Jackass 2.5
Puig is known for his hands-on approach to dealing with dangerous animals such as sharks, black bears, and American alligators. - Wildlife educator and entertainer.

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