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High: 12' 4 m
Low: 12' 4 m
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“Take an easy trip around this preserve to see numerous bird species, including 6 species of native woodpeckers!”— Alexandra Sulecki
Heading north along the trail, visitors will enter a large open area of scrubby flatwoods bristling with palmetto and scrub vegetation. Remnant blackened tree trunks are evidence of a past catastrophic wildfire that today provide resting perches for the many bird species found here. Bring binoculars to enjoy the views. This trail is sunny, so make sure to wear a hat!
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Land Manager: Collier County - Conservation Collier