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Wakodahatchee Wetlands Bird Walk

Stroll the boardwalk and identify birds as you go.  Bring binoculars.  Breakfast afterwards.

Contact: Sherry Cummings[masked]



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  • Caje' D.

    One of my favorite places. Not a morning person, I prefer going about an hour before dusk. That's when the birds are returning for the night.
    Anyone like to go around that hour another day, please contact me.
    Also have an inflatable kayak, that I need help with setting up and then ready to explore...and I'm on a large lake on the intracoastal surrounded by parks.

    March 29, 2014

  • Pat

    Always a terrific place, whether you are a birder or not (I am). Good time of year to see the young ones. Never have been disappointed; nearby Green Cay is great, too.

    March 25, 2014

  • Scott L.

    I was there on the 15th and it was pretty amazing! The baby Anhinga's, Blue Herons, Great White Egrets and Wood Storks were something to see! Pretty special. Hard to get a parking space though. I parked about .2 miles south of the wetland and walked back. (in a strip mall parking lot just south of the canal and power facility)

    March 24, 2014

  • Glenn

    How many miles is this walk/hike?

    March 24, 2014

    • Scott L.

      Hi Glenn. This is not a walk/hike but a leisure birding stroll. The boardwalk is just about a mile.

      March 24, 2014

2 went

  • paul c.
    activity leader, paid member of the Florida Trail Association,
    Event Host
  • John F.
    Paid Member of the FLorida Trail Association; Chapter PR, Assistant Organizer

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