But that'll be changing soon.
|Seeing water flow in a new culvert |
is as relaxing as watching a sunset,
don't you think?
The regular rains and this new culvert.
It's one of five that Big Cypress National Preserve teamed up with Collier County, the South Florida National Parks Trust and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation's Aquatic Habitat Restoration and Enhancement (AHREs, pronounced "Aries") program to put in along the three mile long Upper Wagon Wheel Road .