If you're heading south into the Keys from the Miami or Fort Lauderdale areas, Key Largo is the first island you hit. State parks offer great opportunities for birdwatching and nature photography. (Feb. 12, 2013)(Credit: AP)
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April 3, 2014 9:59 AM
The Florida Keys, spanning over 100 miles connected by bridges and causeways, offer plenty of activities at no cost.
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