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The Osceola National Forest, which is 50 miles (80km) from Jacksonville, is home to the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker


 as well as controlled hunting


and fi shing. Nature lovers will discover pine, cypress and savannas.


Shark diving — sailing into the deep waters of the Gulf Stream, being immersed in a cage and hunting for tiger, hammerhead and reef sharks.


The Ocala National Forest in the north of Central Florida is the most visited national forest in the state with a breathtaking display of wildlife including the Florida black bear. Osceola National Forest, which is 50 miles (80km) from Jacksonville, is home to the endangered red-cockaded


woodpecker as well as the astonishing American alligator. When asked to describe paradise, nature lovers can give a one-word answer… Florida! •


Tails & Trails


world famous Mermaids Hernando County


Bird watching, Biking, Hiking, Kayaking, Scalloping, Fishing and home of the


Weeki Wachee Springs State Park. BROOKSVILLE HERNANDO BEACH WEEKI WACHEE


www. naturallyhernando.org EAST - Visitor Info Center, off I-75 at Exit 301


1-800-601-4580


WEST - Visitor Info Center, Weeki Wachee Springs State Park Come see how we do Florida... Naturally!


Hernando County’s NATURE COAST


45 minutes north of Tampa 60 minutes west of Orlando


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