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First Place, Florida Outdoor Writers Association Excellence in Craft Award - 2006
"Provides a unique focus."
"Back-to-nature travelers will revel in the details of marine sanctuaries, butterfly conservatories and seasonal migration routes given."
--Hartford Courant Online (CT)
"Forget what you did during spring break in Ft. Lauderdale and Panama City Beach. The real wildlife of Florida isn't to be found in the bars and discos. You'll find it, instead, hiking the trails or kayaking the waterways of the state and national park systems lined up in 30 Eco-Trips in Florida."
"As a back-to-nature traveler, you'll revel in the details of marine sanctuaries, butterfly conservatories and seasonal migration routes given; and you'll appreciate the lodging recommendations that lean heavily toward campgrounds, cabins and RV parks."
--Chicago Tribune Online Edition, The Resourceful Traveler
"Contains a wealth of information for a lifetime of exploring Florida's wild places."
"This very comprehensive guide will open your eyes to Florida's natural beauty whether you are a resident or a visitor."
--Wave Length Magazine
"The Sunshine State offers wonderful natural attractions, as highlighted in the new book, Wild Florida: 30 Eco-Trips in Florida."
--Salt Lake Tribune (UT)
"This comprehensive guide quickly sells the state as an ideal ecotourism location--for canoeing, camping, wildlife viewing, or just being amidst natural beauty."
--International Ecotourism Society Newsletter
"30 Eco-Trips in Florida points out that there are a lot of wild sides to see between the Panhandle and the Everglades."
--Sunday Denver Post & Rocky Mountain News
"Holly, at the heart of it, is just plain interested in Florida's parks, ecosystems, and natural attractions."
"The real Florida is just what Ambrose set out to find when researching her book. For more than a decade, she traveled the state, camping, boating, and hiking from the Emerald Coast to the Keys, looking for places unsullied by development, untouched by encroaching populations. Ambrose gives readers the lowdown on the best places to go camping in Florida."
--Flair: The Tampa Tribune Magazine for Living
"A guide to getting away from it all in natural splendor with tips and hints on what to look for and where to stay."
--Fort Myers News Press