If you want to see and/or photograph a variety of Florida aquatic fowl in their nests, this is the place to go; and you don't have to walk too far. It is popular, so parking can be tight.
Wackodahatchee is delightful place to walk the boardwalk, see the birds and sometimes an alligator. All from the safety and comfort of a wooden walkway. It's a great place to visit any time of the year!
Wonderful place to walk through nature and watch the birds and turtles thrive in a safe and secure environment. Many types of birds and you can see them nesting in the trees like condo living in different levels. You are walking on wood bridges above their habitats.
Wonderful sights of birds, alligators, snakes, turtles all along this walking deck above the wetlands. Nature at its best. Bring your camera or use it for your daily walks as exercise.
Our first visit as we are new 12 month residents to the area. Definitely well worth going to see. Amazing if you TAKE YOUR TIME and walk slowly, remembering to stop at each post to learn from the short explanations/ illustrated boards or stop and observe whenever you wish. Also, it appears each season will have it's unique nature experiences.... More
This is one of my very favourite wetlands to visit - a 3/4 mile boardwalk meanders through this compact little nature gem. Compliments to the Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department for providing an environment that has become a haven for many species of birds and animals, and for making it available to the public free of charge! It's a... More
Wakodahatchee is always top of my list for a visit when I am in the Delray Beach area, tucked away and very easy to miss on Jog Road. If you love to view birds and wildlife, there is always something to see - almost guaranteed alligator and great heron sightings . For some reason there are more sightings here rather... More
I often visit WW when visiting family in Delray Beach. I love walking through it and seeing all the wildlife in this amazing ecosystem. I also love to just sit in one of the gazebos, which I find to be so relaxing that it's almost spiritual. After visiting WW, my next stop is the Girls Strawberry Patch on Military Trail.... More
I have been to the Wetlands before, and it was a really beautiful place, and we totally enjoyed seeing all the wildlife . It was so very interesting. Last week we went back to Delray Beach with our adult children, and we were looking forward to taking them to the park. When we got there, there was a sign saying... More
This is a speculation nature preserve. It is visitor friendly with a fenced boardwalk that meanders through the wetlands. The best time to see the wonders of nature is either early morning or late afternoon (natural feeding times). Turtles, fish, magnificent birds and of course the gators. Bring you curiosity and a camera. Capture the moment. The interesting thing is... More
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