Seen enough snowbirds? Head over to this 39-acre swampy splendor where birds of another feather reside, including herons, egrets, woodpeckers, and warblers. The trails come complete with a soundtrack provided by songbirds hovering above (watch your head). The park's night hikes will take you on a nocturnal wake-up call for owls at 6pm. Bring a flashlight. A $2-million expansion in 2007 added a 3,000-square-foot exhibit hall, a laboratory classroom, and exciting wet forest and conservation exhibits. Best part about the new addition is the elevated boardwalk over a swamp featuring two trails and an observation tower from which a keen eye can view the abundant plant and animal life including: osprey, woodpeckers, butterflies (including the park's namesake S Ruddy Daggerwing), endangered wood storks, alligators, and a wide variety of bromeliads.