Take a ride through St. Johns River Water Management District’s Palm Bluff Conservation Area and explore the eight distinct natural plant communities. With its wide variety of habitats, this is a great place to go birding. Visitors may see a variety of species, including bluebirds, brown-headed nuthatch, turkeys, wading birds and raptors. Wear a helmet and bring a bicycle; large-tired bikes are recommended. Meet in Samsula at parking area east of County Road 415, 9.5 miles south of State Road 44, and 1.9 miles north of Howland Boulevard.
Volusia County’s Environmental Management Division sponsors Explore Volusia to acquaint residents with the county’s conservation lands and land management practices.
Reservations are requested; call 386-736-5927.