Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge

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Collier County, Florida



The Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge was first established in 1996, and covers 35,000 acres of the Ten Thousand Islands. It features both fresh and saltwater, and protects a large area of mangrove forest. Here, visitors can go on many activities including fishing, hunting, bird watching, kayaking and camping. See a wide variety of plants and animals, such as approximately 200 species of fish, 189 species of birds, and innumerable plant species.

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Lat: 25.973962 Lng: -81.554194

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