The Hardwoods at Virgina Key Preserve

Strangler fig along the trails at Virginia Key’s Hammock Preserve.

Here is a “Blolly” tree (Guapira discolor) further along the interior trail through the preserve’s 15-acre restored hardwood forest. Birds love the reddish-pink fruit of this tree!

Blolly tree, to the left of trail sign, at Virginia Key's Hammock Preserve

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