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Measures include prohibiting oil and gas drilling in the Everglades, addressing wildlife racketeering and reversing a 2020 rights of nature preemption.
Meanwhile, wading birds are returning to historic nesting sites in the Everglades, but in lower numbers.
Flood control measures, introduced species and increased development have dubbed the Everglades as the most threatened park in the U.S.
Some progress has been made toward restoration, but evidence of unanticipated effects from climate change is forcing experts to reassess what is possible.