Video has not been digitized and is not available for online viewing.
26:25; color; sound; V-217 S. 1825 Box 4, #1
This film addresses the important role Florida's mangrove swamps, coastal wetlands and estuaries play in acting as natural storm barriers, as well as supporting and maintaining a flourishing marine and bird habitat. There are extensive wildlife scenes, scenes of Florida's coral reef and footage of shrimp fisherman.
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