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Alligator and Bird Watching at Wakodahatchee - Review by Amanda S | Wakodahatchee Wetlands

Wakodahatchee Wetlands

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Alligator and Bird Watching at Wakodahatchee 12/7/2006

This preserve was created by the local government by adding filtered water to an unused space to create a marsh area. You will want to bring a camera to see the local species- birds, alligators, turtles, fish, etc. You'll see tons of different species of birds (bring the zoon lens for best effect) as you walk along the 1 mile raised wooden pathways. Placards detail information about local species and the park. The park is open 7 days, dawn till dusk. Located on the east side of Jog road, north of Atlantic Avenue. This place can get crowded with birthwatchers but it is a short easy walk just packed with wildlife. Check it out! No ADMISSION CHARGE! Website: more
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