Pinellas National Wildlife Refuge

Description:

The Pinellas National Wildlife Refuge, was established in 1951 as a breeding ground for colonial bird species. Herons, cormorants, egrets, endangered brown pelicans and many more species use this quiet refuge for nesting. Tarpon key, one of the islands making-up the refuge, hosts the largest brown pelican rookery in the state of Florida. The abundant green sea grass beds around the island are protected from motorized boat activity.

Directions:

Because of its small size and importance to wildlife, the refuge is closed to all public use

Phone:

352-563-2088

Email:

chassahowitzka@fws.gov

Address:

1502 S.E. Kings Bay Drive Crystal River, FL 34429

Activities:

Organization:

FWS - Fish and Wildlife Service

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