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Wildlife viewing experiences within the park will vary depending on the season, but some of our year-round residences include; white tailed deer, gopher tortoise, bob cat and a variety of snakes. In the cooler months you will be more likely to view some migratory bird species, which are heading south to escape the extreme cold. While the warmer months will bring out the gopher tortoises and snakes. Pigmy Rattlesnakes are prevalent in the area, and are perfectly camouflaged in the grass and leaf litter. Please use caution and watch where you step.
Weddings are often held under the cathedral-like canopy of the Fairchild Oak Tree. This is an all outdoor facility offering a small (24 person) pavilion, one accessible restroom facility, and parking area.
An interpretive kiosk is available in the parking area, providing information on the history of the area including the legendary Fairchild Oak, local wildlife, and the unique ecosystems within Bulow Creek.