Marco Island SW Florida Birding
Birding attracts thousands to Marco Island and the Everglades region of southwest Florida. This island off Florida’s Gulf Coast is attractive to more than people. Birds of many types live and visit Marco Island and all of Gulf Coast Florida. The variety of birds on Marco and in the Everglades region make this a popular birding destination. Share your FL Birding reviews and comments. If you enjoy viewing birds and waterfowl consider taking a Florida Eco-Tour. There are experienced Eco-Tour and Nature Boat rides available. To feature your Fl business, contact us.
Marco Island SW Florida Bird Trails
Island Hopper Boat Rentals and Tours, 525 Newport Dr., Naples, FL 34114 | 239-961-2473
Guided boat tours leaving Port of the Islands Marina, Naples, Florida Touring the Everglades and the Ten Thousand Islands area. Rent a pontoon for a full day of fun. Whitehorse Key is a great place to beach your boat and find amazing shells. Walk the island, explore the 10,000 islands, and enjoy a great view of the Gulf of Mexico. Look for manatee, dolphin, alligators and everything the Everglades has to offer. See the 10,000 islands up close.
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Tigertail Beach Kendall Drive Marco Island, FL 34145 A popular bird watching location. Migratory birds are spotted here. Falcons, Hawks, Pelegrin, Egrets, Whooping Crane, Herons, and other other South Florida birds. Rookery Bay Reserve Tower Road Naples, Fl 34113 Enjoy kayaking, canoeing, boating, fishing, birdwatching, and many other recreational opportunities. Frank Mackle Community Park Andalusia Terrace (off S Heartwood) Marco Island, FL 34145 Ph: 239-642-0575 Walking, biking, birding, playground, picnic area, soccer, bocce courts, shuffle board, and an indoor game room. Ducks, eagles, and other birds are often spotted here. Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary 375 Sanctuary Road West Naples, FL A 2.25 mile walkway takes you above the swamp floor through four distinct environments. Audubon Society volunteers and interpretive signs educate along the way. Bring a camera. Allow 2 – 3 hours. Admission is charged. Hawks, Eagles, Egrets, Stork, and other Florida birds and wildlife.
Bird Species of Southwest Florida