Yellow Trail Orange Trail to Mizell Prairie Topo Map

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From the Suwannee Canal, the Yellow Trail follows a serpentine course northward through the patchwork of prairie, shrub, and wood of Mizell Prairie. It is the first trail off the canal and therefore appealing to those with limited time. It takes you through a variety of swamp ecotypes and provides good wildlife viewing opportunities. white Ibis, Little Blue Herons, Sandhill Cranes, and numerous frogs frequent the prairie sections. Songbirds and Wood Ducks are common in the shrubby areas. Red-shouldered Hawks and Barred Owls hunt from the numerous cypress stands. Being limited to day-use canoeists and kayakers, it is a good place to enjoy the Okefenokee away from the hum of motorboats. Prolonged droughts sometimes cause the trail to be closed. Hazards: Heat exhaustion, lightning, peat quagmires, airboats, alligators, and biting insects.
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Saint George, Georgia

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