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Pinellas National Wildlife Refuge
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PINELLAS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
PINELLAS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
1502 S.E. Kings Bay Drive
Crystal River, Florida   34429
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The Pinellas National Wildlife Refuge, was established in 1951 as a breeding ground for colonial bird species. Herons, cormorants, egrets, endangered brown pelicans and many more species use this quiet refuge for nesting. Tarpon key, one of the islands making-up the refuge, hosts the largest brown pelican rookery in the state of Florida. The abundant green sea grass beds around the island are protected from motorized boat activity.



Things To Do in the Area
Tampa Bay Ferry - Tierra Verde, FL
Boating
Daily Egmont Key Ferry from Fort DeSoto County Park. US Coast Guard Certified Tour Boats. Private Charters Available for any Occasion
3.1 miles from park*

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews

Area Campgrounds
St. Petersburg Resort KOA
5400 95th Street North
St. Petersburg, FL
Holiday Cove RV Resort
11900 Cortez Road West
Cortez, FL
800-346-9224
Palm Bay RV Park
751 10th Street East US 301 North
Palmetto, FL
941-722-7048
Booking.com

Directions
Because of its small size and importance to wildlife, the refuge is closed to all public use.

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