Chinsegut is unique among Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission properties: its primary function is education. Located on the Brooksville Ridge in Hernando County, Chinsegut WEA consists of the 408-acre Chinsegut Conservation Center and the 430-acre Big Pine Tract, the second largest contiguous tract of old-growth longleaf pine in Florida. Four major events are held at the Conservation Center each year: Reptile/Amphibian Expo Day, Pioneer Day, Chinsegut Run and Fun Walk, and Birding and Wildlife Festival. Throughout the year, scores of other programs are offered for the general public, school children, and teachers.
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Posted by hoss on February 25, 2013
Trails in System Big Pine TractConservation Center Tract
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Reviewed by hoss on February 25, 2013
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Both of the trails are different, one shows cases a long leaf pines & the other one has alittle bit of everything.
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