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Within the Peace River’s wa­ter­shed, which ul­ti­mately drains into Char­lotte Har­bor’s Na­tional Es­tu­ary, this water­front oa­sis will en­com­pass a di­ver­sity of both wet­land and up­land na­tive habi­tats and an is­land am­phithe­ater. All three of Florida’s man­grove trees are found within these tidal wet­land com­mu­ni­ties, pro­vid­ing shel­ter and sus­te­nance to many aquatic and ter­res­trial species. Flow­er­ing trees and plants will bloom through­out the year and more than 1,500 lin­ear feet of board­walks will pro­vide op­ti­mum view­ing of the river and the marsh.

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