Kissimmee Birding Club

Kissimmee Birding Club was launched this year and offers a unique opportunity to explore the area’s rich birdlife and natural beauty.

The region is home to many types of birds, including songbirds, birds of prey, seabirds, and wading birds.

People regularly spot ibises, herons, egrets, hawks, falcons, quails, sandhill cranes, anhingas, wood storks, red-winged blackbirds, meadowlarks, and ducks.

Visitors have a chance to potentially see rare birds like the Florida scrub jay, limpkin, snail kite, and crested caracara.

Although Kissimmee houses many types of birds, three bird species make the region unique.

It is one of six species of spoonbills worldwide and the only one found in America.

Roseate Spoonbill

Kissimmee boasts the most extensive population of nesting eagles in Florida with approximately 1,500 pairs.

Bald Eagle

North America’s tallest bird and one of our rarest. Only about twenty birds remained in the 1940s. Today, we have about 600 whooping cranes.

Whooping Crane

The Kissimmee Birding Club program includes a mobile-exclusive and interactive site where users can learn about nearly two dozen regional birdwatching locations.

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