I know there are half a million topics on weather and crowds in Orlando in February, my question is a bit more unusual!
Can anyone who has been in February give me an idea of what the plant/animal life is like at that time of year? We may be booking a two week break for early next year and we would like to do more of what we did last time, i.e. walking trails, canoeing, etc. in addition to the parks. Is Florida a sort of year-round place for plant life, or would the nature parks look as bare as they do over here in spring? I know spring is manatee season so we are looking forward to seeing them in the wild somewhere, but are there any other animals we may miss out on seeing due to the (relatively) colder temps?
Average temps for Feb seem to be about what we've had here in Dublin for the past couple of weeks so that is more than fine with us! I take it the seafront would be a few degrees cooler though? (One of the parks we want to go to again is Honeymoon Island right on the coast)
Thanks!Edited: 14 July 2013, 20:24