Description: This is a great area to see scrub-jays. The area consists of two partially developed subdivisions covering 8.5 square miles. This area has the largest Florida Scrub-Jay population in Charlotte County.

Vegetation Communities: Scrub, scrubby flatwoods, pine flatwoods, disturbed areas, urban areas (houses etc), and the shores of the Peace River.

Location: The area is located south of the Charlotte/DeSoto County line, west and north of the Peace River, and east of I75. The area is best accessed by Sandhill Blvd. or Harborview Road.

Amenities: The vast majority of the area is private property. Stay on the road and public right-of-ways. Do not trespass. There is one County park off Voyager Road: Harbor Heights Park. The park has a boat ramp, rest rooms and picnic shelters and a view of the Peace River.

Animal Species:  You may not be able to see all these species

Birds that you may encounter year-round include:

 Florida Scrub-jay  Northern Cardinal  Red-bellied Woodpecker
 Blue Jay  Rufus-sided Towhee  Laughing Gull
 White-eyed Vireo  Red-shouldered Hawk  Brown Pelican
 White-winged Dove  Northern Mockingbird  Double-crested Cormorant
 Ground Dove  Loggerheaded Shrike  Mourning Dove
 Downy Woodpecker

Migrants that you may see:

Eastern Phoebe  Palm Warbler  Tree Swallow
 American robin  Yellow-rumped Warbler  American Kestrel
 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher  Pine Warbler  Eastern Meadowlark

Documented Mammals:

 Raccoon  Nine-banded Armadillo  Bobcat
 Manatee (Peace River)

Documented Herps:

 Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake  Brown Anole  Gopher Tortoise
 American Alligator