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Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Egret in the Pines © Katrina Batson
Sitting in the Shade.
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Splash Down © Katrina Batson
Landing gear down for splash down.
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Pelicans on Posts © Katrina Batson
Pelican to hovering Pelican, you cant land here all posts taken.
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Butterfly © Katrina Batson
Enjoying the flower and Sun.
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge American Alligator © Richard Higgins
A 10 Ft. alligator resting on some dried weeds
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge American Coot © Richard Higgins
An American Coot wading in the shawdows
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Moor Hen © Richard Higgins
Moors Hen wading in a pond
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Little Blue Heron © Richard Higgins
Little Blue Heron waiting for the tied to go out
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Tri-Colored Heron © Richard Higgins
Tri-Colored Heron standing on a branch in the water trying to get a catch of the day
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge © Ben Prepelka
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge © Daniel Ewert
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge © Daniel Ewert
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge St Marks Lighthouse © Katrina Batson
Beautiful old Lighthouse
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Great Blue Herron © Richard Higgins
A Great Blue Heron wading in a pond looking for a meal
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Great Egret © Richard Higgins
A Great Egret resting on a log in the shadows
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge Wild Flower/Plant © Richard Higgins
Wild flower growing along the side of the road
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge © Barbara Shanaghan
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge American Bittern © Richard Higgins
An American Bittern tried to stand still so I could not see him
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge St Marks Lighthouse © Jeffrey Blake Adams
I waited three days, sunset, sunrise, thru crazy rain, then one morning, the sun painted the lighthouse with these amazing colors, I was standing ankle deep in one of the ponds, a gator about 40ft away, just watching me photograph.
SAINT MARKS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
SAINT MARKS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
Nearby Accommodations
Sweet Magnolia Inn - Saint Marks, FL
BBs / Inns
Our historic inn is located in historic Saint Marks, one of the oldest settlements in North America. First settled in 1527, Saint Marks is a historic little city at the confluence of the Wakulla and St. Marks Rivers. Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge, it is located just 20 miles south of Tallahassee.
3.8 miles from park*


Location
Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge is located near Crawfordville, Tallahassee


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