Reviews Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge
Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge
The Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge is a group of fragile coastal islands which is near the village of Cedar Key. It was established in 1929 and has vital natural as well as cultural resources from the pre-historic and the historic times. Moreover, the refuge has at present 13 islands which range in size from 1 to 120 acres, which is almost 762 acres. There are many natural habitats to see here.
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Reviewed by: Laalamani