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The Wakodohatchee Wetlands are a large natural wetland of south Florida located Delray Beach. Wakodohatchee is a native word from the Seminole Indian language that means “created waters.” 

These beautiful wetlands have become known for the amazing bird watching guests can do here. The Wakodohatchee is home to over 140 species of birds. Not only are there an abundance of rare birds but also the wetlands are home to other native Floridian animals like alligators, frogs, turtles, deer and more. These created waters span over 50 acres and are incredible co-symbiotic ecosystem that represents the indigenous Floridian environment.  The wetlands have been divided into several “zones” each featuring different environments and animals. “The zones were designed

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