The Lake Hancock Outfall Wetlands, on the south side of Lake Hancock, is a restricted-access SWFWMD property that is sometimes open for birders. It's always fun to get to go there! You can find a wide variety of species, which is a little unusual for inland Central Florida.
Photography advice: Take your longest lens. The birds are usually far away.
My dad and I enjoyed the March field trip to the Lake Hancock Outfall Wetlands. The winter birds have left and nesting has begun!Read More
The January field trip to the Lake Hancock Outfall Wetlands was photography paradise. 32 Fulvous Whistling Ducks! Flight shots galore...Read More
I helped survey the Lake Hancock Outfall Wetlands for the 2014 Lakeland Christmas Bird Count. Rarities included avocets, stilts, Snail Kites Read More
I got to see American Avocets, Stilt Sandpipers, Black-necked Stilts, and Snail Kites this morning at the Lake Hancock Outfall Wetlands!Read More
I participated in the 2013 Lakeland Christmas Bird Count. Rarites included Nelson's Sparrow, Franklin's Gull, and White-Faced Ibis.Read More