Just down the way, past the 250-pound crocodiles, is the Wild Florida exhibit where visitors can feed white-tailed deer. The otters dive into their pool for a block of ice loaded with fruit. The alligators, including 13-foot Humphrey, are waiting for their public feeding. Endangered red wolves, fox, bald eagle, bobcats, and red-tail hawk are in natural settings perfect for viewing.
At the end of the walkway, guests find themselves ready for a kayaking adventure through a restored 22-acre wetland area. The guided tours are offered daily, weather permitting. Brevard Zoo supports many conservation projects in Florida including sea turtles, right whales, scrub jays, Perdido Key beach mice, manatees, oyster reef restoration, and butterflies.