Recreation

In support of the resource management goals and objectives for the area and to provide a quality experience for all area users, the following recreation activities are allowed.

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Wildlife Viewing

Visitors can enjoy an opportunity to see well-managed sandhill habitat with its seasonal displays of wildflowers and wildlife such as gopher tortoises, eastern indigo snakes, fox squirrels, butterflies, woodpeckers, kestrels and a variety of resident and seasonal songbirds

 

 

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Hiking 

An 11.5-mile network of unpaved roads and firebreaks winds through the forest, giving visitors an excellent opportunity to experience this habitat and its wildlife. The rolling terrain provides scenic views.



FWC Facts:
Burrowing owls live as single breeding pairs or in loose colonies consisting of two or more families. Unlike most owls, burrowing owls are active during both day and night.

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