The irony is beyond comprehension. Split Oak WEA was preserved for wildlife as mitigation regional development. Now, it’s lack of development puts it at risk of being sliced in two by an extension of the Osceola Parkway – which is being built because of all the development.
Outdoor recreation around Narcoosee, a suburb of Orlando in southeastern Orange County north of St. Cloud.
Creating a loop through upland habitats perfect for gopher tortoise survival, the Blue Trail is one of two separate trails through Isle of Pine Preserve.
Providing access to the floodplain forest along Lake Mary Jane, the Green Trail is one of two separate trails through the 550-acre Isle of Pine Preserve.
A live oak tree more than 200 years old is the centerpiece of Split Oak Forest, a 2,000-acre prairie and scrub preserve near Orlando, home to families of sandhill cranes.