Osceola County in Florida is a birders paradise. Throughout the year one can see some of the rarest species in the world walking down the sidewalks. From small songbirds to the largest bird in North America, they are here year round and then there is the winter and spring when species from all over the Americas can be found around the county. Some of the species that can be seen year round are egrets, herons, sandhill cranes, whooping cranes, Osceola turkey, limpkin, crested caracara and bald eagle. This video was produced for the Kissimmee Convention & Visitors Bureau and can be used with their permission.


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