Monthly Archives: May 2017

Come Meet The Animals at Single Vision Wildlife Sanctuary!

May 22, 2017 by Corey A Edwards

Single Vision Wildlife SanctuaryLions, Tigers, and Bears: alright! When you visit Single Vision Wildlife Sanctuary in Melrose, FL you’ll be face to face with lions, tigers, bears, and much more!

At a normal zoo, you may see a tiger or it’s cubs but they’re often waaaaaay over there beyond a moat. At Single Vision, you are up close and personal with many of the animals. For many, it is the closest you’ll ever come to an such a big, exotic animal.

Single Vision is a wildlife sanctuary dedicated to the conservation of endangered species. A big part of their mission is educating the public about our planet’s endangered ecosystems. One way to do that is to let people get close enough to these big animals to look them in the eye and – maybe – gain compassionate insight. If you already have it, so much the better your experience!

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Visit Another World at Kanapaha Botanical Gardens

May 13, 2017 by Corey A Edwards

Kanapaha Botanical Gardens in Gainesville, FLTwo or three steps into Kanapaha Botanical Gardens and you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to a different world. An amazing and beautiful world of incredible plants, flowers, bridges, waterfalls, and bamboo forests.

Kanapaha Botanical Gardens in Gainesville is home to Florida’s largest public bamboo gardens, the largest herb garden in the Southeast, and so much more. The gardens were named after nearby Lake Kanapaha, which was once home to a Timucuan Indian village. “Kanapaha” comes from the Timucua words for “palmetto leaf” and “house,” referring to the thatched dwellings the Timucua lived in.

The 62-acre facility contains 24 major collections gathered into a variety of different gardens. There is a Cycad Garden, a Ginger Garden, Water Gardens, Hummingbird Garden, Rock Garden, and more. In fact, Kanapaha is home to Florida’s largest public bamboo gardens as well as the largest herb garden in the Southeast!

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