Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge, Jupiter Island

The Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1969 and is located 1.5 miles north of Bridge Rd. on Jupiter Island.  It sits on some of the most productive sea turtle nesting area on the east coast of Florida it provides a natural habitat for 30 other endangered animal species including the goppher tortoise and scrub jay.  The refuge also protects threatened plant species such as sand pine-scrub oak and mangrove.  Wildlife observation, hiking, photography, fishing and beach use are all available at the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge.


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For more information, please contact:

Tom Turner
Jupiter Island Specialist
Waterfront Properties & Club Communities
825 Parkway Plaza, Ste. 8, Jupiter, Florida 33477
Office Phone: (561) 746-7272
Mobile Phone: (561) 972-0123
Fax Number: (561) 575-0174

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