By Annie Greenberg
The show takes viewers behind the scenes of an eco-tour company, Billie Swamp Safari, as the staff rescues and relocates wildlife on the Big Cypress Seminole reservation.
But visitors can explore the almost-untouched swamp firsthand on both land and water, with Billie Swamp Safari's airboat tour and swamp buggy ride. Tourists can also watch a critter show and sample traditional Seminole fry bread and even gator nuggets at the Swampwater Cafe.
"Swamp Men" began airing on the National Geographic Wild channel in May. New episodes will begin airing in the fall.
Below: "Hans Lago, left, drives a Billie Swamp Safari airboat through the Everglades on the Seminole Tribe's reservation near Clewiston in late June. Visitors can explore the almost-untouched swamp firsthand on both land and water." (J. Pat Carter/Associated Press Photos)