Okaloacoochee Slough State Forest and WMA

6269 CR 832, Felda, 33930
(863) 612-0776
Daily, sunrise to sunset
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The 35,000 acres of this jointly-managed property encompass many different habitat types: freshwater swamp offers wading birds such as Glossy Ibis, Wood Stork, and many herons and egrets; pine flatwoods hold warblers and woodpeckers and Bachman’s Sparrows; and wet prairies provide views of Wild Turkey, Sandhill Cranes and hunting Northern Harriers (winter). Stop at the kiosks for a map showing more than 40 miles of driving and hiking trails, and drive or bike the road system keeping an eye out for Crested Caracaras and the occasional Limpkin or bittern.

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