• Sunrise over the Fort George River in the Timucuan Preserve.


    Ecological & Historic Preserve Florida

Flora of the Timucuan Preserve

The Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve covers 46,000 acres and offers visitors a chance to experience unspoiled Florida wilderness. Nature trails wind through hardwood forests, wetlands, and scrub vegetation. Learn more about the plants of the Timucuan Preserve below.

Timucuan Preserve Plant Guide (2.2 MB pdf) - Jacksonville University and NPS, 2008

Flora and Fauna of the Theodore Roosevelt Area (57 KB pdf)

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Did You Know?

Pareja's Confessionario

The first translation of a Native American language into a European language – Timucuan to Spanish - occurred on lands within the Timucuan Preserve in the late 1500s. Fray Francisco Pareja did this translation at the Catholic mission of San Juan del Puerto on present day Ft. George Island. More...