Wildlife sightings are eye-opening an...

Wildlife sightings are eye-opening antidote to monotony of turn...

There are 2 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Jul 20, 2008, titled Wildlife sightings are eye-opening antidote to monotony of turn.... In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

In a little less than two hours, I saw a female wild turkey foraging for seeds, a blue heron with a large fish in its mouth, a slow-moving alligator drifting down a narrow canal, two deer grazing on grass and ...

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Holly

United States

#1 Jul 20, 2008
I loved reading this because my husband and I do the same thing! And when we get to that part of the Turnpike, we like to look for deer, wild pigs and sandhill cranes, and because I'm the passenger I can also look into the sky for soaring bald eagles.
Osceola Pulse

United States

#2 Jul 22, 2008
Enjoy the scenery while you can, Sherry! Osceola and Orange County governments are slowly whittling away at nature and all its beauty. Soon you'll be able to gaze at hotels, condos, houses, and retail space up and down Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway.(formally the Florida Turnpike)

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