Face to Face With Wild Gators

One of my favorite places to visit is the Shark Valley Conservation Area in the heart of the Everglades in Florida. It’s a 14 mile looped path about a single paved lane wide. During the winter months, you’ll find huge gators lying right along the path. During this mid-April solo ride, the temperature was over 90F, so the gators were in the water for the most part. There are no fences or barriers between me and the wildlife, and much of the ride there were no other people around. I even tried my amateur gator calling skills, and they worked. You’ll notice a large male take an interest, and some riled up alligators in a large pond. Looks best in full screen 720 HD.

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