Nature Walk: Cypress Lakes Preserve
Ridge Manor Blvd. at Olancha Road
Saturday, October 26, 2019 - 8 a.m.

Hernando Audubon

Established 1959

Jim King, retired land manager for Hernando County's Environmentally Sensitive Lands, is leading a trip to Cypress Lakes Preserve. He will speak briefly to introduce us to this 331-acre property. Then he will guide us about 1.5 miles along the Florida National Scenic Trail as we look for birds and wildflowers.

Meet at the gate on Ridge Manor Blvd. at Olancha Rd. Do not block the gate. Park on the shoulder of Ridge Manor Blvd., well off the pavement. Ridge Manor Blvd. is off S.R. 50 shortly after crossing the bridge over the Withlacoochee River.

For more information contact Jim King:

Field Trip Guidelines
Fields trips are open to everyone interested in birding. Non-members are welcome.

To participate, contact the trip leader
to confirm time and meeting place.

We suggest comfortable clothing, insect repellent, suncreen, and water or other suitable beverages.
The family of Limpkins on parade was the highlight of the trip last year.
                                                                                           Photo | Bev Hansen
Trail leading to an area in the preserve where sandhill habitat is being restored.
                                                                                 Photo | Lucille Lane
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