J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area


Tucked between Florida’s expanding Gold Coast and Lake Okeechobee are 60,348 acres of wildlife-rich habitats open to a wide range of recreation.



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Things to do

Enjoy wildlife viewing, high-quality hunts and a network of trails, including a boardwalk through a cypress wetland. read more »


This Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail External Website site is home to diverse wildlife including bobcat, indigo snake, red-cockaded woodpecker, sandhill crane and myriad wading birds. read more »

Habitat and Management

Biologists are restoring natural water flow, managing invasive plants and using prescribed fire to keep habitats healthy for wildlife and people. read more »


For thousands of years people have inhabited the area and survived by hunting and fishing the abundant natural bounty. read more »

Planning Your Visit

Located east of Lake Okeechobee, 25 miles northwest of West Palm Beach. read more »


FWC Facts:
Burrowing owls live as single breeding pairs or in loose colonies consisting of two or more families. Unlike most owls, burrowing owls are active during both day and night.

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