Wild Florida

Wild Florida is 2.5 acres of natural wetlands consisting of native animals and plants and is home to alligators, black bears, red wolves, whooping cranes, bald eagles, bobcats, Florida panthers, white-tailed deer and an owl species.

The Reptile House at Wild Florida is home to more than 25 different species of reptiles and amphibians including the eastern indigo snake, one of several threatened species protected by the State of Florida.

The alligators are located just north of the reptile house and are fed every Saturday at 2:15 p.m. from mid-March through November.

Alligator, American

Bear, North American Black

Bobcat, Florida

Copperhead, Southern

Crane, Whooping

Eagle, Bald

Newt, Peninsula

Salamander, Marbled

Siren, Greater

Snake, Everglades Rat

Snake, Grey Rat

Snake, Red Rat

Snake, Yellow Rat

Terrapin, Diamondback

Tortoise, Gopher

Tree Frog, Barking

Tree Frog, Green

Tree Frog, Squirrel

Turtle, Alligator Snapping

Turtle, Florida Box

Turtle, Florida Mud