Pinellas National Wildlife Refuge


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Pinellas National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Chassahowitzka NWR
1502 SE Kings Bay Dr
Crystal River, FL 34429

Phone:352-563-2088
Fax:352-795-7961
Web: www.fws.gov/southeast/pinellas
Established: 1951.
Location:In Pinellas County, Florida, offshore from Saint Petersburg.
Activities:Non-motorized boating, saltwater fishing.
Special Features:Refuge hosts the largest brown pelican rookery in Florida.
Habitats: Several islands and their coastal sea grass beds, comprising 403 total acres.
Access: Accessible by boat only; islands closed to public use.
Wild life: Colonial birds species including brown pelicans, herons, egrets, and cormorants.

See other parks in Florida.
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