Kissimmee Birding Club
Kissimmee Birding Trail Destinations
Are you a bird lover looking to take your hobby to the next level? Look no further than the Kissimmee Birding Club! Our mobile map of birding hot spots in the area is the perfect guide for any birding enthusiast.
With this handy guide, you'll have all of Kissimmee's best birding locations right at your fingertips. From natural spaces to attractions, our map will help you spot a wide variety of bird species. And the best part? The more places you visit, the more points you'll collect towards winning amazing prizes!
Signing up is easy. Simply sign up, follow the link sent to your phone, and you'll be on your way to becoming a member of the Kissimmee Birding Club. So what are you waiting for? Join us today by following the steps listed above and take your birding adventure to new heights!
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Wildlife and Conservation Areas
Joe Overstreet Landing
Kissimmee Lakefront Park
Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park
Lake Lizzie Conservation Area
Makinson Island Conservation Area
Scottys Cove Conservation Area
Twin Oaks Conservation Area
The Nature Conservancy's Disney Wilderness Preserve
Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area
Split Oak Forest Wildlife and Environmental Area
Kissimmee Birding Club Locations
Checklist of Florida’s Birds
Prepared by The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Florida’s wild places are home to an incredible diversity of birds. More than 500 native bird species or naturally occurring strays have been recorded in the state and over 300 native species occur commonly (four have gone extinct). A further 17 nonnative species (exotics) have established large stable populations in Florida, as shown by research.
More than 70 natural community types support this diversity, from the pine flatwoods of Apalachicola National Forest to the scrub communities of the Lake Wales Ridge, and the vast sawgrass marshes and mangrove swamps of Everglades National Park. Our natural areas harbor many bird species seen nowhere else in the United States, such as the Florida Scrub-Jay, Mangrove Cuckoo and Snail Kite. In addition, Florida’s birdlife changes with the cycle of the seasons. A constant turnover of breeding, wintering and migratory species provides new birding experiences throughout the year.
Don’t forget to share your experiences and birds you spotted on social media!