By Michael Rafferty
Central Florida’s natural habitat and wildlife will be on display at the Orlando Wetlands Festival on Saturday, February 17th. The festival, which takes place at Fort Christmas Historical Park and Orlando Wetlands Park, features guided birding hikes, bus tours, hay rides and native plant giveaways. There will also be food, music and activities for the kids. Free admission! The Orlando Wetlands Festival is sponsored by the City of Orlando, Orange Audubon Society and the Orange County Parks and Recreation Department.
The Orlando Wetlands Park is open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset all year. Admission is free.
Mark Sees, Wetlands Manager for the City of Orlando, talked about the Orlando Wetlands Festival on SUNNY Across Central Florida.