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Plant and Wildlife Viewing Opportunities in Florida

Florida offers a wide array of wildlife viewing opportunities.

 

Wildlife Viewing Opportunities, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Information about 137 wildlife viewing destinations and numerous wildlife and birding festivals around the state, and learn about a selection of Florida’s most fascinating wildlife species. Check out what is happening in our wildlife world by month, what you can do in your backyard to attract wildlife or how to maintain an earth-friendly habitat.

Visit the FWC Wildlife Viewing Opportunities Website 

 

Great Florida Birding Trail

The Great Florida Birding Trail is a program of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. At its core is a network of 489 sites throughout Florida selected for their excellent birdwatching or bird education opportunities. This 2000-mile, self-guided highway trail is designed to conserve and enhance Florida's bird habitat by promoting birdwatching activities, conservation education and economic opportunity.

Visit the Great Florida Birding Trail Website

 

Florida Trails Network, Florida Office of Greenways and Trails

This interactive website supports the vision of the Office of Greenways and Trails to develop a statewide connected system of greenways and trails. Through this website, trail planners and users can view existing trails data and trails prioritization maps, submit GIS data for existing trails, give input on trail opportunities, and submit information for the Recreational Trails Program

Visit Florida Trails Network Website

 

Florida Native Plant Society Events

The Florida Native Plant Society offers numerous field trips and other events throughout the year.

Visit the Florida Native Plant Society Calendar of Events Website

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Use the interactive map to zoom smoothly from a national view to state and local perspectives anywhere across the country.

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