Cedar Key Scrub Wildlife Management Area
Managed in cooperation with the Department of Environmental Protection.
Cedar Key Scrub WMA consists of over 4,900 acres of tidal marsh, cypress swamp, scrub oak and flatwoods north of Cedar Key in Levy County.
For hunting seasons and area regulations, view FWC's regulations summary brochure for Cedar Key Scrub WMA.
Fishing is permitted year-round. A Florida fishing license is required and can be purchased at GoOutdoorsFlorida.com.
The wetlands found at Cedar Key Scrub WMA provide habitat for roseate spoonbills, wood storks and amphibians such as one-toed amphibians. Drier areas support Florida mice, gopher frogs, indigo snakes and Florida scrub-jay.
Cedar Key Scrub State Reserve is a Great Florida Birding Trail site.
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