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Wood Stork at Rotary Riverfront Park Pier
Titusville's Rotary Riverfront Park is a great place to take a quick stop and see a good variety of birds. This small park includes a pier that extends about 500 feet out into the Indian River (Inter Coastal Waterway). There are three extensions to the pier each extending another 100 feet south from the main pier. It is on these extensions that the birds may be seen. On a typical visit you may see the following:
Black Tern Trio - Morning Song
You may also see Dolphin swimming a few yards east of the pier. If you are lucky you may even see several Roseate Spoonbills fly by.
The park has a small covered pavilion, just in case it rains. The Titusville Rotary Riverfront Park is a great place to take a packed lunch and just enjoy a few minutes of nature's wildlife show.
The park is wheelchair accessible and admission is free.
Titusville's Rotary Riverfront Park is located on U.S. 1, just about 1/2 mile north of route 50. Route 50 is exit 215 off of I-95. From I-95 take exit 215 east to U.S. 1 then left (north) about 1/2 mile. The park is on the east side of the road.
Remember if you've visited the area and have seen some interesting bird and wildlife sights, send us an email and we'll pass it along.
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