Wild Florida Photo - Merritt Island Feeding Frenzy

Merritt Island Feeding Frenzy

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge


A feeding frenzy of various wading birds along Black Point Wildlife Drive.
This congregation of birds includes roseate spoonbills, wood storks, and white ibis.
Black Point Wildlife Drive is a seven mile one-way scenic drive through some of the shallow marsh impoundments of the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. This is one of the premier Florida birding locations, especially in the winter months. Be sure to check the MINWR website before you visit, as the refuge is periodically closed during rocket launches at nearby Cape Canaveral and Kennedy Space Center.


Categories: nature, water

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