Gatorland is the”Alligator Capital of the World,” but the annual Gatorland Photography Program allows unique access for a limited time.
Gatorland’s Bird Rookery, created in 1991 as an alligator breeding marsh, attracts hundreds of wild birds every Spring.
The unique habitat has grown into one of the largest and most accessible wading bird rookeries in Florida, providing a protected area for nesting, foraging, and roosting for over 20 different species of wild birds, many of which are listed as Endangered or Species of Special Concern.
Gatorland has created a special photographer’s pass program offered on 10 select dates in March, April, and May, allowing early morning entry at 7 am before the park opens to the general public at 10 a.m.
Gatorland’s boardwalks provide birders and photographers with close access to incredible birds to capture stunning photographs.
The 2022 Gatorland Photography Program dates are:
- March 19
- March 27
- April 2
- April 10
- April 17
- April 22
- April 30
- May 8
- May 13
- May 21
Reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance, and availability is limited so booking right away is recommended.
Reservations can be made online at a cost of $25 plus tax per person per date, and a Birding Seasonal Pass is also available for $125 plus tax per person.
All tickets are date specific and non-transferable. No late stay is offered.
For more information on the Gatorland Photography Pass for the birding season, call the Bird Line at (407) 855-5496, ext. 233 or send a message to Gatorland at firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this article:
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