Edited By: Susan Cerulean and Julie A Brashears
188 pages, 25 b/w illus, tabs, 24 maps
Covers 136 birding sites from the Georgia border to Lake Okeechobee, including the Jacksonville and Orlando metropolitan areas. The sites, organized into clusters of five to ten, are all within an hour's drive of one another and are identified on individual as well as regional maps. Each site is described from a birder's point of view and includes directions, hours of operation, seasonal birding opportunities, and other information essential for a successful outing.
This guide is an excellent reference that will be used by birders of all levels. It offers a wealth of information on the more famous birding areas as well as Florida's hidden jewels. - Roger Clark, National Park Service
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Susan Cerulean is a nature writer and interpretive specialist for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Julie A. Brashears is Birding Trail coordinator for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
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