Princess Place Preserve is a designated conservation area in Flager County Florida with abundant wildlife in a relatively small area surrounded by salt marsh and Pellicer creek. A maze of creeks and canals runs around the area connecting the backwaters of the property with Pellicer Creek and the inland waterway near Marineland. There is both and fresh and saltwater aquatic life here. Some special wildlife you might see here is the endangered american kestrel (photographed on the dead tree trunk below), otters, and creeping orchids. If you walk quietly along the scenic trails in this park, you are likely to have close encounters with deer, armadillos, and a variety of fishing birds. In the waterways you will see alligators, red bass, mullet, crabs, and snapper. This preservation area is a rare treasure that has not been commercialized and is free explore.