Tiger Bay State Forest consists of large areas of swamp with embedded pine islands and a large pine ridge area. The purchase of this forest began in 1977 under the Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, with additional acquisitions made in 1994 and 1998. Tiger Bay State Forest is located among several publicly owned lands which create wildlife corridors for species listed as endangered, threatened or of special concern. Roaming habitat is available for the Florida black bear as well as potential nesting and foraging area for the bald eagle.
Tiger Bay State Forest was severely impacted by the 1998 Summer Wildfire Firestorm. Approximately 15,000 acres of the forest were burned during these catastrophic wildfires. Restoration included extensive salvage timber removal and reforestation efforts have been completed. 📸: @native_waters_kayak_adventures
Tonight: come fall under the sway of a tall boy! Unlike the standard 12-ounce can, the tall boy has serious heft. It feels substantial, an honest pint for an honest price. $1.00 off all Tall Boys all night!
Watercolor everything 😍 ! Loved working with at @queenofthecommons and her amazing eye for details! May I add, we even have the exact same wedding date and time 😂 💗🤓 •
Also! There’s 4 spots left to my LAST WATERCOLOR FLORALS WORKSHOP of the year is next Saturday sept. 22 from 10-12pm @westelmorlando (tickets in bio)