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J. N. ‘Ding’ Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island, to see alligators, turtles and birds.


The thrill of waking up at Disney’s Animal Kingdom resort and seeing giraffes strolling outside your bedroom window.


Within mangroves are nearly 300 species of fi sh, crab and crayfi sh, as well as many species of reptiles and amphibians


in Crystal River, Blue Spring State Park in Orange City, Tampa Electric’s Manatee Viewing Center in Apollo Beach and Lee County Manatee Park in Fort Myers on the Gulf Coast. Bottlenose dolphins live wild in Florida’s coastal waters all-year round. Visitors to Treasure Island on the Gulf Coast have often been lucky enough to catch an


early-morning display by a family of these graceful creatures. The three national forests of Florida stretch over more than 1.2 million acres in north and central Florida.


Apalachicola, just south of the state capital, Tallahassee in the north of the state, is the largest and offers camping, hiking, swimming and off-road biking


Observing native birds and animals such as panthers, bears, white- tailed deer and bobcats at Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park.


Climbing aboard an open- top vehicle on Serengeti Safari at Busch Gardens Tampa to feed giraffes.


Taking a boat to see how injured and endangered animals and birds are rescued and rehabilitated at Key West Wildlife Center.





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