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Nothing man made, just pure nature to capture my attention.All the green trees and blue green water just set a pictorial scene of the real Florida.There was not a strong current, causing little resistance to propel the kayak. Since I went so late in the evening, the sky was magnificent.There are no beaches in Orlando, making it that much more appealing. Wildlife you can expect to see are Wild Hogs, Deer, Black Bear, Racoon, Bobcat.After the 45 minute drive from Orlando, it felt wonderful to do some exercise in a place where you did not see concrete everywhere you turned.Just 45 minutes from Orlando, pretty close to Cocoa Beach. However, I soon found out that to tip a kayak over, I have to be trying to flip a kayak over. Bird watchers can view Southern Bald Eagle, Roseatte Spoonbill, Redish Egret, Limpkin, White Pelican, ood Stork, Great Egret, Great Blue Heron, Little Blue Heron, Green Heron and very endangered Scrub Jay . It even has a short boardwalk for people to walk out to see the manatees because they are known to eat in this large water holding off of the ocean.There is a good possibility that you will not get wet, but there is always a slim chance that you will.Since you are so close to the water, the water acts as a mirror causing the sun to be that much stronger. I would suggest cameras that have a case of some sort.There are plenty of photo opportunities; I took advantage of them myself.Enjoy the outdoors and explore the rivers, springs, islands, beaches, lakes, swamps and marshes throughout Central Florida.It's located on the Atlantic Ocean, so beaches are very plentiful. Since I was paddling myself, I was able to view what birds I wanted to because I was the captain of my kayak. You will also encounter alligators, fish, stingrays, crab,s jellyfish and otters.The trip was at my own pace allowing me to enjoy every aspect. More then likely the sun will be at it's strongest when you are paddling around in the water.


olivermydog      
I had the opportunity to witness it first hand by going on a kayaking adventure in Titusville, FL. It was pretty shallow, which made it perfect if I was to lose control of the kayak. This island had thousands of birds scattered along the shoreline.