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Wakodahatchee Wetlands, Delray Beach

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Contact: +1 561 493 6000
Open Hours: Sunrise-sunset daily
Nature lovers will thoroughly enjoy this attraction, especially bird lovers. Wakodahatchee was built by the Water Utilities Department as a sanctuary for many species of birds, turtles and small native animals who drop by throughout the year. A three quarter mile boardwalk takes visitors around this beautiful site, where they can observe the wildlife in its natural habitat, possibly catching a glimpse of an alligator down in the water here and there. Free of charge and rarely crowded, Wakodahatchee is a lovely, relaxing escape, suitable for small children all the way up to seniors. Call ahead for hours.