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South Florida Water
Management District
- Raccoon

Opportunities for bird watching abound at Little Gator Creek.

Most of the area is forested and supports breeding populations of summer tanagers, Carolina chickadees, yellow-throated warblers, and blue-gray gnatcatchers. Alligators and raccoons are common on Little Gator Creek.


FWC Facts:
Wood stork nestlings are fully feathered and capable of short flights at about 7-8 weeks of age but are not independent of their parents until they are 9-10 weeks old.

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