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Best Places to See Florida's White Pelicans

Author: Robin Draper
Date: March 25, 2017 12:00 am
Category: Things to Do
Type: Things to Do

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Where to Find Florida's White Pelicans:

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About the Author: Robin Draper is a Florida native and blogger devoted to the simple and delightful pleasures for Florida living. This article is connected to Robin's Google+ profile.


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Danielle on March 27, 2017 said:
I'm still waiting for them to visit us this year! I knew they were big, but a 9 ft. wingspan? Wow! They are spectacular!!!!
Shannon on March 27, 2017 said:
We almost always see them at the locks at Port Canaveral and in Sykes Creek in Merritt Island- they are my favorite!
Denise Sparhawk on March 19, 2017 said:
Group of 10 seen in Fernandina Beach on small lake starting 15 March to present. Canadian geese have vacated the lake for white Pelicans.
Robin Draper on March 7, 2017 said:
82 white Pelicans at Zephyrhills Park March 7, 2017. Simply beautiful!
Diane Sabatine on February 28, 2017 said:
Just saw them Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday in a lake at Zephyrhills park in Zephyrhills, Florida! They are beautiful!
Robin Draper on February 27, 2017 said:
Saw them this week, big flock on Lake Howard in Winter Haven and also, Lake Marian in Kenansville 2,25/2017
Joanna McCall on October 23, 2016 said:
At the West Pass which is between St. Vincent Island and Little St. George Island part of the Apalachicola Bay. They were beautiful. I will be happy to send you photographs.

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