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Okeeheelee Nature Trails Map

 

Okeeheelee Nature Trails Map

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While enjoying the nature trails, please remember the following are not permitted:

  • Pets
  • Food
  • Alcohol
  • Jogging, running or speed walking
  • Biking or skating
  • Smoking
  • Fishing/hunting

Things to Look For:

White-tailed Deer! They may be spotted on the Wildlife Trail at the Deer Enclosure overlook
Deer
Sandhill Crane
Sandhill Cranes! During the spring, there is typically a nesting pair in the East Marsh that may be seen at the blinds along the March Trail
Painted Buntings!  These beautiful birds are frequent visitors of the bird feeder behind the nature center from late fall to early spring.
Painted Bunting
Tortoise
Gopher Tortoises!  Grazing tortoises are a common sight on many of the trails. Keep an eye out for their burrows, and be sure not to approach or disturb this protected species.
Wood Ducks!  This mascot of the nature center nests during the winter/spring months in the boxes found in any of the pond and marsh areas
Wood Ducks

Want to know what birds are likely to be seen here throughout the year?  Click here for our Bird Checklist.

 

 

 

Contact Information

 

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Okeeheelee Nature Center
Okeeheelee Park
7715 Forest Hill Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33413
(one mile west of Jog Road)
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(561) 233-1400
Fax (561) 233-1406
E-mail: onc@pbcgov.org

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Staff

 
  • Clive Pinnock
    Manager
  • Kelli Dorschel
    Naturalist
  • Pirjo Campitelli
    Assistant Naturalist
  • Pamela Schneider
    Assistant Naturalist
 

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