Greynolds Park

Description:
Trails encircle a mangrove wetland and allow close views of the courtship activities, nest building, and rearing of chicks of a wading bird rookery. Guided bird walks are offered.

Watchable wildlife:
Nesting begins in late February and continues through the summer. You can expect to see cattle egrets, great egrets, anhingas, white ibis, tricolored herons, little blue herons, green herons, and double-crested cormorants. The birds roost here throughout the year and are stirring to watch as they return for the evening.

Ownership:
Dade County

Contact:
(305) 945-3425

Directions:
In North Miami Beach, corner of NE 22nd Avenue and NE 185th Street (Miami Gardens Drive).

Related Sites:
Other Southeast Florida Wildlife Sites
Florida State Parks



FWC Facts:
Within 24 hours of hatching, young whooping cranes can follow their parents away from the nest. Together, they forage for plants, insects, snakes, frogs and small animals.

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