There are a few different trails at "the Flatwoods" (as Charles & I call it,) but the boardwalk offers the best views of the carnivorous plants, which is why it's called the "Pitcher Plant Trail."
There are various stations all along the Pitcher Plant trail. Here are the two about the carnivorous plants, themselves. They're highly informative, so I recommend clicking on them for the larger views;
The picture below shows one of the yellow pitcher plant flowers & a bunch of the pitchers, themselves.
There's an anole on the pitcher near the center of this next picture, taking advantage of the spot to eat incoming insects.
The carnivorous plants blooming right now are predominantly yellow pitcher plants & butterworts. In the next month, parrot pitcher plants will take over.
There are also bladderworts & sundews in the area. The former are somewhat difficult to see, as they tend to live in water & the latter haven't bloomed yet.
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