If you’re looking for a 10 acre private island getaway, a unique and true Eco-friendly experience, featuring an architecturally stunning home with gracious porches and multi-level decks; towering coconut palms, a private, sandy beach with breathtaking views of the Gulf of Mexico and luscious, tropical gardens – look no further. Seabird Key, nestled in the Florida Keys, only 1hr away from Key West, is the only private island vacation for you. Take a look!
Relish Seabird Key’s sanctuary
For those discriminating few who are looking for an authentic eco-travel experience, this private island retreat delivers! Seabird is a sanctuary for nesting pelicans, herons, ibises, cormorants, ospreys, and other avian species.
Pack your binoculars, but you won’t really need them because its very easy to get up close and personal with the wildlife on Seabird. A narrow winding, wooden boardwalk takes you to the perfect observation point in the depth of the mangroves.
Experience the Florida Keys wildlife
Find a narrow opening in the mangrove forest, snake through the twisted branches and discover the unspoiled wilderness. This delicate ecosystem ranging from tidal lagoons, salt flats, mangroves and seagrass beds, all play a vital role in the survival of the areas coral reefs.
Stop your kayak and get very quiet. You’ll see the herons and egrets snacking on little fish hidden between the blades of grass exposed at low tide.
Savor Eco-friendly living
Seabird Key is dedicated to complete sustainability with little or no impact to the surrounding environment, while offering beautiful accommodations and most mainland “creature comforts.”
Seabird has one of the most sophisticated solar energy systems in the Keys. The island home, walkway lights, and outside areas are powered with solar panels which store energy in batteries. A generator waits on stand-by for emergency use, but is rarely needed. Water is heated by the solar panels and provides more than adequate hot water for showers and dish-washing.
Harvest natural rain water
Seabird’s water is supplied by an 18,000 gallon cistern built for rainwater collection. The cistern design reflects old Carribean sugar mill construction, with a native coral rock face.
Seabird recycles, and not just plastic and glass. Seabird reroutes the waste water from showers to irrigate the gardens and also harvests the seaweed from the beach to recycle and enrich the soil. We use eco-efficient technology whenever possible.
Most guests never want to leave the Island. But if you are looking for further exploration, within minutes you’ll find nearby underwater preserves, parks and wildlife refuges.