T.M. Goodwin Waterfowl Management Area


This broad expanse of impoundments and open marshes attracts wintering, migrating and resident waterfowl and other wetland wildlife. It is a premiere waterfowl hunting area and an ideal location for fishing, wildlife viewing and other outdoor recreation.  



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Things to do

Enjoy fishing and hunting, or explore levee trails for excellent wildlife viewing, hiking, bicycling and horseback riding. read more »


Abundant wildlife, especially in the cooler months, earned T.M. Goodwin a spot on the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trailread more »

Habitat and Management

Extensive freshwater marshes are managed for diverse wetland wildlife. read more »


Natural marshes that were altered by agricultural production are now being restored to provide for the long-term health of Florida’s fish and wildlife. read more »

Planning Your Visit

Located near Fellsmere, on the east side of the St. Johns River in southern Brevard County. read more »


FWC Facts:
The world's whooping crane population has gradually increased from a low of 22 birds in 1941 to 503 birds in 2009.

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