KeyWestVacationGuide has just expanded its knowledge base, adding a whole new section and photos on the Dry Tortugas. The exciting new pages prove once again that these travel writers love their work, and it shows in this excellent quality website.
Online PR News – 31-August-2009 – – August 31, 2009 -- KEY WEST, FL - Even if you're not planning on visiting Key West and the Dry Tortugas, this new page on the website of KeyWestVacationGuide is worth taking a peek at. This new area of the website is not only a travel guide for the Dry Tortugas, it's a little bit of American history tied in, with its coverage of the history of Fort Jefferson, and the circumstances of its creation and abandonment.
Visitors to the site will find themselves captivated by the story of the soldiers who built the fort, the famous prisoner held there, and the conditions under which men lived there for years.
Of course the other half of the story is the amazing marine world protected within the National Park's boundaries, and the birds that flock to the seven islands each year for nesting. Bird watchers will salivate when they see the list of birds spotted at the Dry Tortugas.
"I can't wait to get back home after my trip to the Dry Tortugas" says Julia Mixorta, from a small town in Indiana. "I am so excited to tell my birding friends what I saw... a Red Necked Phalarope!" exclaimed Ms. Mixorta with absolute glee. "A day trip Dry Tortugas is the best birding vacation anyone could ever take".
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