Preserve Flag Pond Preserve Flag Pond Preserve (197) Access Undetermined - Daniels Parkway Fort Myers , Florida 33913 Total Acres: 66.9 Number of Parcels: 1 Total Cost: $388,820.00 Date Acquired: Thursday, February 20, 2003 * *Date first parcel was acquired. Additional Acquisition Information Land Stewardship Plan Coordinator: Karyn Allman Telephone: (239)478-6998 Get Directions! Flag Pond Preserve contains several plant communities, including mesic and wet flatwoods, basin swamp and wet prairie. The name of the preserve is inspired by the high density of alligator flag which grows in the basin swamp. Since this small preserve is primarily a wetland, it remains wet nearly year-round. This preserve provides habitat for a variety of bird and animal species, including Swallow-tailed kite, white ibis, great egret and Florida cottonmouth. There are no plans for public amenities at this preserve due to a lack of easy public access. Nearby Conservation 20/20 preserves to enjoy recreation activities include Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve, Wild Turkey Strand Preserve and Buckingham Trails Preserve. Recreation Opportunities: No Access Point - Contact Staff to Visit Additional Information: There is no public access point for this preserve. Please contact staff to visit. Preserve Links: Wildlife List Plant List Preserve Map: FPP Flag Pond Preserve Preserve locations and maps are intended for reference purposes only.