Florida’s wildlife management areas provide habitat for many species. This page gives you an introduction to just a few of the fascinating creatures that can be found on this WMA.



Bachman’s sparrow

Bald eagle

Black-and-white warbler

Blackpoll warbler

Brown-headed nuthatch

Cape May warbler


Cooper’s hawk

Downy woodpecker

Eastern towhee

Hooded merganser

Indigo bunting

Lesser scaup


Northern parula

Osceola wild turkey

Pileated woodpecker

Pine warbler

American redstart

Red-bellied woodpecker

Red-headed woodpecker

Sandhill crane

Snowy egret

Southeastern American kestrel

Summer tanager

Swallow-tailed kite

Tricolored heron

White-eyed vireo

Wood duck

Wood stork

Yellow-bellied sapsucker

Yellow-billed cuckoo

Yellow-crowned night-heron



Brazilian free-tailed bat


Florida mouse

Gray fox

Sherman’s fox squirrel

Southeastern myotis

Southern flying squirrel

White-tailed deer

Reptiles and Amphibians

American alligator

Barking treefrog


Dwarf siren

Eastern coral snake

Eastern diamondback rattlesnake

Eastern indigo snake

Florida scarlet snake

Gopher frog

Gopher tortoise

Green treefrog

Pig frog

Pinewoods treefrog

Short-tailed snake

Southern black racer

Southern ringneck  snake

Southern leopard frog

Southern toad

Squirrel treefrog

Tiger salamander


Giant swallowtail

Gulf Fritillary


Purse-web spider

Spicebush swallowtail

Zebra heliconian

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