Okaloacoochee Slough Wildlife Management Area

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The centerpiece of this site is a nearly pristine marsh that is critically important to wildlife and regional water supplies.

 

Sights




Share Your Visit

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Things to do

Enjoy hunting, fishing and miles of trails through diverse natural communities. read more »

Wildlife

See a range of wildlife at this Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail site. read more »

Habitat and Management

Pine flatwoods and wetlands are managed to preserve native plants and animals. read more »

History

Natural riches within the forest and river have attracted humans for thousands of years. read more »

Planning Your Visit

Located approximately 30 miles east of Fort Myers. read more »

 



FWC Facts:
The spatulate bill of the roseate spoonbill has sensitive nerve endings that help it detect prey, and the shape helps the bird move sediment and catch the prey.

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