Located in Cape Coral, Florida this 225 +/- acre property is adjacent to the Fred C. Babcock/Cecil M. Webb Wildlife Management Area which is Floridas oldest Wildlife Management Area. The area is accessed from its own exit off of Interstate-75.
Hunting is extremely popular at Fred C. Babcock/Cecil M. Webb Wildlife Management Area. The white-tailed deer and Northern bobwhite populations continue to rise due to habitat management, and opportunities also exist to hunt mourning dove and feral hog.
A shooting range is located close to the entrance and sees hundreds of visitors on the weekend. Anglers mainly fish 395-acre Webb Lake but also utilize the many ponds scattered throughout the property.
Specialty birds such as Red-cockaded woodpecker and Bachmans sparrow attract birders to this Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail site. Two hiking trails pass by ponds and marshes while several miles of unpaved roads allow bicyclers and horseback-riders to explore the area.
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