- Flynn Bogs System
The Flynn Bogs System is located in Leon County, Texas, northeast of the small agricultural community of Flynn.
- Weeks Bay Pitcher Plant Bog
This public preserve on the east side of Mobile Bay consists of Gulf Coast savanna which has been freed of overgrowth and maintained by fire.
- Minimac Wildflower Bog
Minimac Wildflower Bog is a private preserve in Baldwin County, Alabama. The owners dammed a ravine area to form a recreational pond.
- Blackwater River State Forest
One of the largest state forests in Florida, and is named for the Blackwater River. Within the forest, pitcher plant bogs are unique areas containing a diversity of carnivorous plants.
- The Apalachicola National Fores
Six watersheds within the Apalachicola provide an abundance of fresh water to streams. rivers, lakes, and one natural spring.
- Okefenokee Swamp
Okefenokee Swamp is a peat wetland that stretches across almost 500,000 acres in Georgia and Florida.
- Lynchburg Savannah Heritage Preserve
A wet longleaf pine savanna listed by botanists and ecologists as one of the most biologically diverse and imperiled ecosystems in North America.
- Francis Marion National Forest
Today the Francis Marion National Forest remains a lush landscape of pine stands and wildlife-filled swamps and marshes shaded by towering bald cypress trees.
- Moores Creek Restoration
The NPS Water Resources Division, the North Carolina Heritage Program, and The Nature Conservancy are now working with park staff to restore the drained meadow back to a pine savanna wetland system.
- Mountain Bogs
The mountain bog ecosystem ranks as one of Western North Carolina's most rare and endangered habitats.
- The Virginia Birding Trail
Within Virginia's 43,000 square miles of diverse natural habitat, you can find some 400 species of birds, 250 species of fish, 150 species of terrestrial and marine animals, 150 species of amphibians and reptiles, and a wide variety of aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates.
- The Blackwater Ecologic Preserve
On the dry to mesic sand ridges of the Blackwater Ecological Preserve are two of Virginia's rarest plant communities - longleaf pine-turkey oak flatwoods and longleaf pine savannas.
- The Joseph Pines Preserve
Meadowview has successfully purchased a 100-acre (0.40 km2) preserve in southern Virginia, which is dedicated to preserving the native Virginia longleaf pine/pitcher plant ecosystem
- Big Run Bog
A multi-hectare open fen in Monongahela National Forest. The peatland is located near the town of Davis in Tucker County, West Virginia.
- Cranberry Glades
The largest area of bogs, or acidic wetlands, in West Virginia, a unique and exotic ecosystem on 750 acres.
- Piney Branch Bog
Piney Branch Bog is a unique bog habitat located in a PEPCO right of way in Charles County, Maryland.
Pitcher Plant Bogs of the Southeast
Discovery involves identifying new bogs or seepage areas which contain rare bog species. Meadowview biologists have an active field schedule and have found several new populations of bog species at the edge of their range in Maryland and Virginia.
We are featuring links to exceptional pitcher plant bogs of the southeast that are publicly available and protected. If you have a site you would like to nominate please contact us. In addition to our guide you can also find out about the Virginia Birding Trail, champion longleaf pine, and other interesting sites within the respective states. When visiting these wild sites please obey the various local, state, and federal laws prohibiting plant collection so that others may enjoy these natural treasures.