The goal of these surveys is to document routes that motorists, cyclists and hikers can view showy stands of native wildflowers. Surveys of Corkscrew Swamp vicinity are part of an ongoing effort to expand the number of routes for viewing Florida native wildflowers. This report represents the cumulative results of our site evaluations based on our observations in spring (reconnaissance trip) through fall 2010; sites will be re-surveyed in Spring 2011.
Norcini, J. and Nelson, G. (Dec 2010). Wildflower Surveys, 2010 and 2011: Corkscrew Swamp VIcinity Interim Report. Maitland, FL: Florida Wildflower Foundation