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A simple peaceful loop around a nature preserve. It is random what you end up seeing, but I did see a lot of interesting birds. There are a couple small walking trails as well; that is where I ended up seeing a gator in the...More
We went the last week in October around 9 am on a Saturday. We saw one or two blue herons and a few white herons. No other birds or wildlife. We had expected to at least see more birds and possibly a few alligators, but...More
Started my trip at 7am and watched the sunrise as I drove the loop. I had the place all to myself for a while. There is a $10 admission fee (for the vehicle, not per person) if you don't have a Federal Park pass. I...More
We were able to spot a few gators, but besides that it was mostly birds. Although, I did enjoy the drive. It was nice to see the natural side of Florida- (we were vacationing in Orlando). We went in October very late afternoon, around 5...More
If you take this drive, go very slowly in order to see the birds and scenery. We were disappointed that some of the viewing stands were closed, for no apparent reason. This drive is not worth the entry fee unless you are going to the...More
I have been on the drive where I couldn’t capture everything that was going on and other times when you drive through and see a duck. It’s the time of year, the time of day and otherwise luck! It’s beautiful in the late winter/spring time....More
Since our last visit in February the waters on this trail were certainly a lot higher giving the incoming birds more opportunity for feeding but there were still not a lot about.
Egrets, a couple of spoonbills, heron, a few duck, cormorants and moorhens plus...More