There are hundreds of birds in aviaries and cages including owls and hawks. Two types of pelicans, sandhill cranes, great blue herons, cormorants and various shorebirds are on display. Wild birds actually use this place as a nesting rookery. Egrets, black crowned night herons and even pelicans are nesting now in the trees and netting. If you like you can walk right out to the Gulf of Mexico on their white sand beach where black skimmers nest in June.
It's a little smelly but admission is free and you won't see this anywhere else in Pinellas county.
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