If you are looking for the call of the wild, then you came to the right place. With vast acres of undeveloped lands and protected wildlife sanctuaries, our natural areas support an abundance of wildlife. Including verified counts of over 300 species of migratory and nesting birds, 52 species of mammals such as the West Indian manatee and Florida black bear, 40 species of amphibians, and 65 species of reptiles.
Birding Hotspots in Wakulla County, FL
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The Birding Guide includes a link to an interactive map that overlays all the birding hotspots with the best local places to grab a bite to eat nearby as well as local accommodations.
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- CANCELLED: Inclement Weather – Fun for the Whole Family at Sopchoppy Depot Days August 29, 2022
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