Paynes Prairie Wildlife Slideshow

Paynes Prairie Wildlife Slideshow - Paynes Prairie...

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Paynes Prairie Fauna/Wildlife Paynes Prairie Fauna/Wildlife
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Wildlife on Paynes Prairie 430 vertebrate species 271 bird species Would have been named a National Park due to its vast species of wildlife, if it did not have two major roads intersecting the preserve
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Native Wildlife Alligators Bobcats Sandhill Cranes Waterfowls Snakes Turtles Deer Various Types of Marine life
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American Bison Bison roam free on over 6000 acres of the preserve, east of U.S. 441 Most usually roam near Visitor’s Center tower, Cone’s Dike, and the platform at Alachua Lake About 30 bison are at the preserve today
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Spanish Horses Introduced in the early 1300’s by Spanish Conquistadors to the U.S. Reintroduced to Payne’s Prairie in 1985 Horses have thick skin and muscular frame to survive the harsh and unpredictable weather conditions of Florida Roam free within the confines of
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