Pine Glades Natural Area is a fantastic tract of land overseen by PBC’s Environmental Resources Management (ERM) Team. With over 6500 acres of pine flatwoods and 35 acres of wetlands—a great spot to film wading birds and other wildlife in their natural environment. ERM does a great job at managing the underbrush and controlling non native species and the result is an area that reflects native Florida.
Pine Glades Natural Area, Jupiter
Winding Waters is another jewel in the crown of our friends at ERM. With nearly 5 miles of hiking trails and a shaded observation deck. Bring your kayak/canoe and enjoy the marshlands , wet prairie and dome swamp while watching for bald eagles, roseate spoonbills, wood storks, ducks and belted kingfishers. Don’t miss the rookery and nesting island as the location is part of Florida’s Greenways and Trails System.
Winding Waters, West Palm Beach
Lion Country Safari (LCS) continues to grow their credit list appearing as the backdrop for many exciting shows on National Geographic, Fox, Animal Planet and Lifetime to name just a few. It’s no exaggeration to say that the staff know how to motivate the animals whether you want a herd moving or a single subject in the frame. When it comes to capturing wildlife for motion or still photography the team at LCS can help you get the shots you need for your production.
Lion Country Safari, West Palm Beach
Some interesting marine life can be viewed in their natural habitat at Phil Foster Park. The 800 foot Snorkel Trail in Lake Worth Lagoon offers crystal clear water with each incoming tide, where fish, squid, octopus, turtles, starfish and spotted rays are ready for their closeup. The area is easily accessible and you won’t even need a boat to capture the underwater wildlife that lives under the Blue Heron Bridge.
Phil Foster Park Snorkel Trail, Riviera Beach