Guardians of the Everglades®

To introduce the public to the fragile beauty of the Everglades and its unique ecosystem; to honor today’s leadership in conservation and restoration through great art and compelling human stories; and to encourage the public and policy makers to participate in the protection of the Everglades.

Nicholas and Connie Invite You to Guardians of the Everglades® Preview

Reception with Nicholas & Connie
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 4, 2012

Museum of Florida Art and Culture - January 2012 ©Connie Bransilver

Museum of Florida Art and Culture - January 2012 ©Connie Bransilver

Come early as it is also Seafood Festival Weekend - Festive and lots of traffic. Exhibition continues through February 25. It's close, Neapolitans. This is your best chance to see Guardians this year.

Museum of the Everglades

Directions:  From the intersection of US41 East and SR 29 South continue south into  Everglades City.  Turn Right when you have to, continue through the  roundabout, and a few yards beyond the museum is on your left.

The museum is located at 105 West Broadway in Everglades City, Florida. Open Tuesday through Saturday 9 am - 5 pm (4 pm Sat) 239-695-0008





Sandy Cannon-Brown,  Owner of Washington, DC, based environmental film company, VideoTakes,  brought her crew to south Florida to begin filming for the documentary  on the Guardians of the Everglades®.  The hour-long film will premier at  the Washington, DC, Environmental Film Festival in March 2013, but the  trailer can be viewed from March 2012.

Helenah and Sarah filming Nicholasas he draws Guardian Deb Jansen.

Helenah, Sarah and Sandy with Guardian Franklin Adams in the Everglades.


With Deb Jansen in Big Cypress.


Connie and Sandy filming Deb Jansen at Big Cypress. Omer standing by.

Nicholas and Guardian Franklin Adams waiting for their cue.



Madagascar - Ratine and Sandrine ©Connie Bransilver

Madagascar - Sandrine & Ratine ©Connie Bransilver

Sandrine and Ratine, two of Connie's hosts in the rainforest of  Eastern Madagascar, share a cuddle and a secret.  Bernard Gieske's poem is  here.

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