Monday Musings – Whats Your Favorite South Eastern Florida Birding Hotspot?

Brown Pelican on Post, Florida Race

In a few weeks I will be heading down to Florida on business. I plan on making some time for bird photography. I will be in the Broward County (Ft. Lauderdale) area. I am hoping my loyal readers can make some suggestions as to where to focus my limited birding and photographic time.

Brown Pelican in Flight, Florida Race

Florida is one of my favorite places. Between the abundant wildlife and Disney World, who could ask for anything more! I hope one day to call Florida my second home. With that in mind, I would be very appreciative if you would share with me some of your favorite locations to observe and photograph birds.

8 thoughts on “Monday Musings – Whats Your Favorite South Eastern Florida Birding Hotspot?

  1. Michael Libbe

    Denise gave you 4 great places, but don’t overlook Everglades National Park. The Roseate Spoonbills are looking very good in ENP right now. Green Cay and Wako will be closest to you.

  2. Tammy Karr

    Hi Vinnie, great blog you have! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and commenting. I don’t regularly make it to south Florida, so I do not have any recommendations. If you are heading north at all, I too recommend Viera Wetlands and Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. The Sebastian Inlet State Park often times has a great variety of birds as well. Check out http://floridabirdingtrail.com/index.php/trip/trails/south/ for some other trail ideas:) Hope you have a great trip!

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