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History of Florida Forests
Kendrick Baynard, Barry Walsh, Barry Walsh

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Apalachicola NERR
National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS).

Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge
"The... coastline from Melbourne Beach to Wabasso Beach in Florida is the most important nesting area for loggerhead sea turtles in the western hemisphere and the second most important nesting beach in the world."

A.R.M. Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge
Just east of the Everglades Agricultural Area this refuge is all that remains of the northern Everglades, in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Big Gum Swamp Wilderness
13,600 acre freshwater swamp in the Osceola National Forest.

Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge
Off-shore islands located in the Gulf of Mexico, within five miles of the town of Cedar Key, Florida

Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge
30,500 of coastal and estuarine wetlands near Crystal River, Florida

Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge
Manatee refuge near the town of Crystal River, Florida

Egmont Key National Wildlife Refuge
Near St. Petersburg, Florida, a barrier island refuge of 350 acres established to provide nesting, feeding, and resting habitat for brown pelicans and other migratory birds

Everglades National Park
Visit a Wetland of International Importance in Homestead, Florida

Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge
Near Naples, Florida, closed to all public access and use

Gulf Islands National Seashore Home Page
135,625 acres near Gulf Breeze, Florida

Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge
967 acres including three distinct plant communities: coastal sand dune, mangrove swamps, and sand pine-scrub oak forest, and with some of the most productive sea turtle nesting beaches in the U.S., in Hobe Sound, Florida

J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge
5000 acres on Sanibel Island

Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge
A good place to see otters in an 11,000 acre lake, marsh, and pine flatwoods in DeLeon Springs, Florida

Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge
52,000 acres including saltwater and freshwater marsh, upland pine, bottom land hardwood swamps, upland
hardwood hammocks near Chiefland, Florida

National Key Deer Refuge
Refuge of the Key Deer in Big Pine Key, Florida

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge
Coastal habitat near Titusville, Florida

Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge
Titusville, Florida

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge
70,000 acres, approximately 60% wetlands and 40% uplands near Newport, Florida

St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge
12,358 acre undeveloped barrier island. dissected by dune ridges with varying habitats in Appalachicola, Florida

Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve Home Page
Created in 1988 to protect estuarine natural resources, along with historic and prehistoric sites, in Jacksonville, Florida

Welaka National Fish Hatchery
Welaka, Florida

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