Located on the tropical isle of Tavernier in the Florida Keys, this wildlife rehabilitation center is an inspiring, if sometimes sad, place to see hawks, owls, falcons and seabirds being rehabilitated following natural and man-caused injuries. There’s a bird hospital onsite (closed to the public), where veterinarians treat birds with the hopes of eventually releasing them into the wild. But some birds, such as ospreys, which have suffered irreparably broken wings, have been here for decades. Follow a boardwalk through the outdoor facility -- a collection of roofed cages home to birds such as pelicans and blue herons -- and admire views of Florida Bay. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.