Native Plants and Animals at the Wonder Gardens

The Everglades Wonder Gardens in Bonita Springs, Florida has been an area landmark since 1936. Originally built as a roadside attraction on the highway between Tampa and Miami, today the park is a nonprofit that houses rescued birds and reptiles.

Home to all types of flora and fauna native to Florida, Wonder Gardens is a great spot to take photos and see animals up close with the family.

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