Lying in the interior, a series of taller ridges formed through the last 3200 years. The ridges vary in height from three to eleven feet. These drier, sandy places sustain tropical and subtropical plants such as sea grape, wax myrtle, cabbage palm, wild coffee, red and white stopper, Jamaican dogwood. Gopher tortoises burrow in these higher places. Migratory songbirds feed on insects attracted to the flowering plants, seeds and berries. These lands, with a great deal of diversity in plants is at the crossroads of temperate and tropical climates, results in broad spectrum of wildlife thrive seasonally and year round.