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This unique National Park is located approximately 70 miles east of Key West, Florida. Accessible only by boat or plane, it is named after the turtles that nest on its remote beaches. It is the nesting home for Magnificent Frigate Bird, Sooty Tern, Masked Booby and Brown Noddy as well as a stop over for nearly 300 species of migrating birds.

Key West at Sunrise

Key West at Sunrise

Juvenile Northern Gannet in Flight

Juvenile Northern Gannet in Flight

Juvenile Northern Gannet

Juvenile Northern Gannet

Juevnile Northern Gannet

Juevnile Northern Gannet

First view of nesting Magnificent Frigate Birds

First view of nesting Magnificent Frigate Birds

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Sooty Tern Arrival Greeting

Sooty Tern Arrival Greeting

Magnificent Frigate Bird Arrival Greeting

Magnificent Frigate Bird Arrival Greeting

Brown Booby watching our arrival

Brown Booby watching our arrival

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson Dock

Fort Jefferson Dock

Portuguese Man-of-War

Portuguese Man-of-War

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Fort Jefferson

Royal Tern

Royal Tern

Guestbook for 2010/03/25 Dry Tortugas National Park
1.Biff(non-registered)
Wonderful pictures. We are looking forward to an island visit in 2 weeks. Now we can imagine what a wonderful experience we will have.
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