In March 2013 we visited (Antonio Silveira and Gianine Luiza) twice time the beautiful Oleta River State Park, situated
in the middle of the Miami area.
It is a state park that preserves large natural area and has a lot of structure for visitors who can do many activities
consistent with the purpose of preserving the park.
Including preserving the habitat of endangered species like Manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris)
We always go to the park to birding (See our Birdlist of Oleta River State Park,click here)
An example of management of public goods. by Antonio Silveira.
See some photos: