Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is a 13,000 acre Preserve and is home to the largest remaining stand of old growth bald cypress in North America. A 2.25 mile boardwalk trail is open to the public daily.
Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is a 13,000 acre Preserve and is home to the largest remaining stand of old growth bald cypress in North America. A 2.25 mile boardwalk trail is open to the public daily.
Photo credit: Sally Stein
Volunteering
Volunteering
Volunteers are essential to us. Their efforts, their generosity and their commitment serve all aspects of the Sanctuary.
Photo credit: Amy Kessler
Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is the gateway to the Western Everglades.  Many resident species rely on the Everglades' freshwater wetlands that Audubon works so hard to protect.
Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is the gateway to the Western Everglades. Many resident species rely on the Everglades' freshwater wetlands that Audubon works so hard to protect.
Photo credit: Mac Stone
Woodstorks are a key indicator species.  Their behavior and productivity reflect the health of our watershed for wildlife and human populations.
Woodstorks are a key indicator species. Their behavior and productivity reflect the health of our watershed for wildlife and human populations.
Photo credit: Allyson L. Webb
Watershed, native habitat, adaptations, hydro periods, endangered species, and sustainability are all topics of study weaved through our 5th grade curriculum.
Watershed, native habitat, adaptations, hydro periods, endangered species, and sustainability are all topics of study weaved through our 5th grade curriculum.
Photo credit: Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
Barred owls are often visible from the boardwalk and their unique call is a favorite of many visitors.
Barred owls are often visible from the boardwalk and their unique call is a favorite of many visitors.
Photo credit: Allyson L. Webb

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Office Location

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary & Blair Audubon Center
375 Sanctuary Road West
Naples, FL 34120
239-348-9151
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Corkscrew News

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Interpretive Programs

Discover Corkscrew through one of our many unique programs.
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Volunteering

Volunteers play a vital role in research, education and center operations. 
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Visitors

Visitors to Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary find a gentle, pristine wilderness.
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Blair Audubon Center and Tea Room Cafe

State of the art, environmentally friendly and solar powered center
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Nature Store

The Nature Store is open every day of the year. Store hours are 7:00 am to 5:30 pm.
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Wood Storks (Mycteria americana)

Wood storks are the measure and treasure of the western everglades.
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Science

Sound science drives our conservation strategy and environmental advocacy.
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Land Management

Five principle components: hydrology, invasive species, fire, wildlife, and human access
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Corkscrew Ghost Orchids

As of July 23rd the "Super Ghost" orchid is finished blooming for now.  On the smaller gho...
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