When we launched this new website last March, many of you asked, where did all the individual trail site web pages go? Well, they’re back! Over the last 3 months, we have created 510 webpages, one for each individual trail site. Each site has a short description, the site address (with a link to a google map), contact number and hours of operation, a link to our trip planning tool, and a link to the site’s eBird checklist. We hope this new and improved feature will help you plan your next Florida birding and wildlife adventure. CLICK HERE to access all 510 individual trail site pages.
The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail is a network of 510 premier wildlife viewing sites across the state. When you want to know where to go in Florida to see native birds, butterflies and more, head for the Trail. It’s Your Road to Adventure!
Every year, millions of people, residents and visitors alike, participate in wildlife viewing activities, contributing billions of dollars to Florida’s economy*, but the ultimate goal of the Trail is to encourage conservation of Florida’s native habitats and species.
The Trail is a program of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, supported in part by the Florida Department of Transportation and the Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida, and is possible thanks to dozens of federal, state, and local government agencies, non-governmental organizations and private landowners.
*2011 Economic Benefits of Wildlife Viewing in Florida, Southwick Assoc.