Flagler County – It’s for the Birds!

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Did you know that birding, or birdwatching, is one of the most popular activities in Flagler county? In Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches, there are over 40 parks and preserves where visitors can encounter over 200 native and migrating bird species.

In fact, the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission listed six Palm Coast and Flagler Beach trails on the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail, including Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, Princess Palace Preserve, Palm Coast Linear Park, and St. Joe Walkway in Palm Coast, and North Peninsula State Park and Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach. For a complete list, go to http://floridabirdingtrail.com

Birding is so popular in our area that the City of Pam Coast holds an annual Birds of a Feather Festival in February. The weekend’s activities include workshops, presentations, and nature walks designed for adults and children, both novice and professional. 

So, why not find a guide book, grab some sunscreen and binoculars, and head to one of these parks for a day of birding? Who knows? You may spot a Bald Eagle, Brown Pelican, or even a Yellow-Rumped Warbler.

For more information on Flagler’s birds, contact the Flagler County Audubon Society. This organization is a great resource for beginning and experienced birders. http://www.flagleraudubonsociety.org

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