photo of wood stork
David Moynahan

Public access is prohibited February 1 through August 31. Enjoy recreational hiking, bicycling, nature study and environmental education. These uses are restricted to designated roads. Only pedestrians and bicycles are allowed. The designated wood stork rookery area is closed to public access. Dogs are prohibited on the area.



FWC Facts:
The spatulate bill of the roseate spoonbill has sensitive nerve endings that help it detect prey, and the shape helps the bird move sediment and catch the prey.

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