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L. Kirk Edwards Wildlife and Environmental Area

Things to Do

Enjoy fishing and hunting as well as excellent wildlife viewing while paddling, hiking and bicycling.


This regionally significant resource for fish and wildlife helps to sustain one of the largest nesting colonies of threatened wood storks in northwest Florida.

Habitat and Management

Marshes, swamps and upland habitats are restored and managed to benefit wildlife and provide excellent recreational opportunities.


Wildlife and recreationists now enjoy productive habitats that once attracted native peoples.

Planning Your Visit

L. Kirk Edwards encompasses uplands as well as most of the Lower Lake Lafayette and the Upper St. Marks River, seven miles east of Tallahassee.



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