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What to Look Out for When Hiking Florida's Scenic Trails and Preserves

Surrounded almost entirely by water, Florida is teeming with nature preserves and hiking trails that offer both gorgeous views and an excellent chance to see some of the native animals and plants. Some of the wildlife visitors can expect to see on any of the state’s numerous hiking trails and preserves include:

  • Plant life – In addition to the populous palm tree, Florida’s plant life includes a variety of other eye-catching vegetation, including the bald cypress tree, the vibrant purple queen, and the unique golden shrimp plant.
  • Mammals – Florida is home to several mammals that can commonly be seen in the wild, including white-tailed deer and nine-banded armadillos, as well as river otters and the well-known West-Indian manatee near trails close to rivers or springs.
  • Birds – The “Sunshine State” is home to many common water-dwelling birds, such as the Muscovy duck and the Sandhill crane. In addition to this, other migrating birds, including the Northern cardinal, Baltimore oriole, and the aptly-named snowbird, can be seen on trails at certain times during the year.

For anyone interested in hiking trails or the outdoors, it is important to note that these are just some of the more common creatures and plants that can be found on trails around the state. There are trails in almost all of Florida’s natural ecosystems, including marshes, swamps, mangrove forests, and even pinelands, that are home to distinct species of plants and animals.

Our apartments are conveniently located a short drive away from both the Lake Apopka North Shore and the Palm Island Park nature preserves, both of which are great places to view wildlife. For information about our apartments in Mount Dora, FL, contact the leasing office at Veranda Apartment Homes today.