St Vincent Island Tour Topo Map

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Although St. Vincent is an island of sand, you’ll discover an unusually varied habitat. Many of the sand roads going east-west follow ridge lines that are actually ancient beaches created by fluctuating sea levels over the last 5,000 years. Walking around, you’ll also find marshes and freshwater lakes, four different slash pine communities, pure stands of cabbage palm, dunes among both live and scrub oak, and mixed hardwoods. The wetlands are where you’re most apt to spot the exotic sambar deer. This is actually an elk from Southeast Asia and is quite easy to recognize. It has huge, paddle-shaped ears and weighs between 500 to 600 pounds. The refuge’s white-tailed deer are puny by comparison: only 130 pounds, tops. The native white-tails do not compete with the sambar since they prefer quite different habitat. The white-tailed deer are in the drier, upland sections. Special Attractions: because of its limited access, this is a truly remote barrier island, with wildlife you’re unlikely to see anywhere else in Florida, such as the sambar deer. These huge deer were imported from Southeast Asia and now roam wild here.
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Apalachicola, Florida

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