Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area
|Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area (WMA)|
IUCN category V (protected landscape/seascape)
|Location||Orange County, Florida, United States|
|Nearest city||Christmas, Florida|
|Area||28,000 acres (110 km2)|
|Governing body||Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission|
Among the wildlife of this 30,701-acre (124.24 km2) wildlife management area (WMA) are song birds, wading birds and migratory waterfowl. The WMA is home to bald eagle, turkey, hawks, and owls, as well as white-tailed deer, bobcat, fox squirrel, and gray fox. Other animals that can be seen at the park are alligator, otter, and turtles. The WMA also contains rare and endangered plants.
Amenities include access to the St. Johns River, a horse camp, a youth camp, two primitive backpack campsites, and more than fifty miles of trails. However, during the rainy season the trails may be under water.
- Davis, Mary Byrd (2003). Old Growth In The East. https://www.oldgrowthforest.net/books: Appalachia-Science in the Public Interest. pp. 81–82.
- http://myfwc.com/viewing/recreation/wmas/lead/tosohatchee Florida Fish and Wildlife Management Conservation Commission