Se7en Wetlands is a combination of uplands, marshes, and lakes. Each habitat is unique and supports a wide array of plants and animals. Visit the sections below to learn more about these dynamic habitats.
Both the shallow and deep water lakes at Se7en Wetlands are home to many fish and bird species. The lake islands, left over from phosphate mining, have been colonized with plants and are used by nesting birds to rear their young.
You might notice the new restoration project near trail marker '2D' and the picnic shelter. This 3.5 acre site was dominated by cogon grass and other invasive plants. In the summer of 2021, over 16,000 native Florida wildflowers and grasses were planted to improve this habitat and educate visitors on the importance of native Florida plants.