Aucilla Wildlife Management Area


Crystal-clear springs, meandering rivers and trails, sinkholes and limestone outcrops will reward adventurers eager to explore this unique north Florida landscape and its diverse wildlife.



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Things to do

Two rivers, numerous springs and miles of trails create memorable visits. read more »


Everything from bears to bream inhabit this Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail site. read more »

Habitat and Management

Mature hardwood forest is managed to preserve native plants and animals. read more »


Aucilla WMA is one of the earliest sites of human habitation in North America. read more »

Planning Your Visit

Aucilla WMA lies between the Aucilla and Wacissa rivers, 12 miles southeast of Tallahassee. read more »


FWC Facts:
The oystercatcher is one of the largest and heaviest of Florida's shorebirds. It is striking in appearance: dark brown, black and white, with a bright red bill.

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