Bird watching is the fastest growing outdoor sport in the nation, and Lake County is happy to be a part of it. As the name of this County would indicate, it is a great place to view more than 200 different species of birds. However, the area is known for more than just its 1,000 lakes and rivers.
The Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive is a one-way 11 mile drive that begins at Lust Road and ends on Jones Road in Orange Road in Orange County Florida. The drive is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and Federal Holidays between sunrise and sunset.
Central Florida’s Regional Resource For Habitat and Wildlife Education.
The Oklawaha Valley Audubon Society is a Non-Profit Organization focused on the area of Lake County and is the local chapter of Florida's Audubon Society. Audubon Societies around the county are dedicated to the conversation of America's wildlife and the habitats that support them.