Environmental Science Classes Embark on a Virtual Field Trip to the Everglades
Erin Herbert
An Everglades National Park ranger speaking to Cardinal Gibbons Environmental Science students on Zoom.

Due to Covid-19, Mrs. Susan Quailey's Environmental Science classes could not go on their usual field trip to the Everglades, so Quailey arranged for Everglades National Park Rangers to come to her classes virtually through Zoom.

On the virtual field trip, Everglades National Park Rangers discussed how invasive species, like the python, have impacted the ecosystems present in the Everglades. Park rangers also gave students a short tour of various locations within the park, including an up-close look at an alligator hole.