"Wildlife at Cedar Key" Cedar Key by maryellen50

Cedar Key Travel Guide: 35 reviews and 43 photos

Serene Coastline

Cedar Key is on Florida's undeveloped West Coast surrounded by acres & acres of protected lands, including the Lower Suwannee and Cedar Key National Wildlife Refuge, the Waccasassa Bay State Preserve and the Cedar Key Scrub State Reserve composed of tidal salt marsh, coastal islands, sand scrub, cypress swamp, rivers, flood plain, artesian springs, maritime forest and old growth pine forest

Nature Coast Wildlife Experience in October

This was the first wildlife festival for Cedar Kay with activities ranging from shore birding to birding by boat to aquaculture to kayaking.

Bat at Suwanee Wildlife Refuge

Several species of bats make their home in this area of Florida. The Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge has a proactive bat house program for the Brazilian Free-tailed bat and the Rafinesque's Big-eared bat.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:Beautiful, unspoiled environment
  • Cons:None
  • In a nutshell:Great Weekend Getaway
  • Last visit to Cedar Key: Oct 2004
  • Intro Updated Oct 31, 2004
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“Traveling around the U.S., Mexico and maybe Canada indefinitely.”

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