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Natural Coast of Florida, Including Crystal River

Natural Coast of Florida, Including Crystal River

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Nicknamed “The Original Florida,” Natural Coast is a place where a world of historic and natural wonders are plentiful, from  numerous parks, preserves, beautiful, crystal-clear springs, rivers and estuaries, spectacular, freshwater lakes, wildlife refuges, and over 25 nature-based recreational sites. Once regarded as "the lonesome leg" of Florida, this region is the ideal definition of off-the-beaten path. The Natural Coast got it's name in 1991, but the locals still call it the "Big Bend" of Florida.

 The earliest inhabitants to live in the Natural Coast region is believed to be Native Americans, and anthropologists suggest that their occupation, in what is now Citrus County, dates back to 12,000 years ago. The Indian burial mounds at Crystal River are remnants of their society. In this  Florida paradise, the human population pales in comparison to the multitude of wildlife and birds that  has taken residence in this region. Included in the list of fauna is 19 endangered species, along with other wildlife, including deer, wild pigs, roseate spoonbills, alligators, raccoons, opossums, snakes, great blue herons, egrets, and turtles. The flora is equally diverse, with slash pine and sand pine trees, scrub hickory, switchgrass, pigeon plum, and shady oaks.

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