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Hike or ride bicycles along the unpaved road network that winds through wildlife-rich wetlands and mesic flatwoods.

 

Hiking and Bicycling

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Explore 2.4 miles of unpaved roads and experience a variety of habitats and wildlife. An additional 4.3 miles of firebreaks are also open for hiking, though walking conditions may vary.

 




Wildlife Viewing

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Wildlife viewing is excellent at almost any spot within this area, from mesic flatwoods with their gopher tortoises and Bachman’s sparrows, to numerous wetlands with wading birds, otters and alligators. Visit the Wildlife page for more details.

 


 



FWC Facts:
The crested caracara is a resident of the prairies and range lands of south-central Fla. This boldly patterned raptor has a crest, naked face, heavy bill and longish neck and legs.

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