I got the opportunity visiting this place recently. I liked the Calusa Trail. Although it was short, it was wide and easy. Along the way, there were boards that explained the life and culture of the Calusa tribe.
Several ospreys were on trees or towers. One flew above me and perched on a tree a few meters away.
I didn’t see any other birds except for the usual catbirds or crows but on the way out, I saw a couple of eagles and a frigate bird.
I have never seen a place with lots of gumbo limbos. Very nice. Also in abundance were green shrimp plants, host plant for malachite butterflies.
Admission is by donation, $5 for senior citizens.
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