Sunday, April 20, 2014
Just beginning your bird watching endeavor? This walking tour is just what you need to learn the birding basics. A Naturalist will lead you on a walk through various types of habitats to learn which birds are found where, and what to look for when identifying each species.
Recommended for ages 10 and up. $15 per person. Duration: 1.5 Hrs.
The Lowcountry of South Carolina is famous for its variety and diversity of birds during all seasons, from tiny hummingbirds and kinglets to majestic bald eagles and wood storks. We’ll use the van to reach several remote island habitats to seek out dozens of bird species, both large and small, and learn about the natural history of our diverse avian wildlife. This trip is appropriate for all birding skill levels. To seek out some of the rarer species, advanced birding is available upon request.
Participants must be 16 years of age or older. $35 per person. Duration: 3 Hrs.
The Kiawah River and its surrounding tidal creeks, oyster beds, and mud flats provide an abundant array of migratory, shore, and wading birds. Come join us as we cruise the salt marsh and witness the daily life of the river’s avian species.
$65 per person. Trip minimum: $130. Duration 3 Hrs.
The Lowcountry Salt Marsh and it's surrounding tidal creeks, oyster beds, and mud flats provide an abundant array of migratory, shore, and wading birds. Come join us as we cruise the river on our way to the South East's largest shorebird nestine site, Deveaux Bank. Located at the mouth of the North Edisto River, this Sandspit island provides vital habitat to thousands of nests of dozens of different species of migratory and ground nesting shore birds.
$75 per person. Trip minimum $300. Duration 2.5 Hrs.