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​​​​​Hungryland Slough

Parking is available off Seminole Pratt Whitney Road,
3 miles north of Northlake Boulevard, West Palm Beach

Picture of open grassland and pine tree forest at Hungryland Slough Natural Area 

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Visitors are sure to see a variety of birds in the wetlands

Open Sunrise to Sunset, 365 Days a Year 

At a Glance     

West Prong of the Loxahatchee Marsh

This 3,004-acre site contains a portion of the historic Hungryland Slough, which flowed to the east into the Loxahatchee Slough and to the west into the Everglades.  There are eight native south Florida ecosystems on the site:  mesic flatwoods, hydric flatwoods, strand swamp, dome swamp, hydric hammock, xeric hammock, wet prairie, and depression marsh. 




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