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Tiny Bird, Tiny Prey
Photo By Ed Mattis

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Photographer: Ed Mattis

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  • Title: Tiny Bird, Tiny Prey
  • State/Province/Region (required): Florida
  • Country (required): United States
  • Nearest Area: Hagen Ranch Road, which is in suburban Boynton Beach on the east side of Hagen Ranch Road, between Boynton Beach Boulevard and Atlantic Avenue.
  • Nearest Town: Boynton Beach, Florida
  • Description: A 1.5-mile elevated boardwalk includes two loops that wind throughout the wetlands. Along the way, visitors can stop and enjoy the vista, learn more about South Florida wetland species through attractive porcelain interpretive signage and experience their visit from a large chickee hut, which is constructed in the traditional Seminole fashion from cypress logs and cabbage palm branches. Nature lovers already familiar with the nearby Wakodahatchee Wetlands will be delighted with the newly constructed 100 acres of wetlands. Green Cay emulates the Everglades ecosystem with a wide expanse of marsh habitat and intermittent tree islands and cypress hammocks.
  • Brief Directions: The Green Cay Wetlands and Nature Center are located at 12800 Hagen Ranch Road, which is in suburban Boynton Beach on the east side of Hagen Ranch Road, between Boynton Beach Boulevard and Atlantic Avenue.
  • Notes: The 9,000-square-foot Green Cay Nature Center features interactive exhibits and programs the entire family will enjoy. Exciting hands-on experiences with live animals, artifacts and activities will help visitors of all ages enjoy, appreciate, and better understand South Florida's wetlands.
  • GPS Longitude: -80.159
  • GPS Latitude: 26.485
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Walking shoes, hat, sunscreen, long lens

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