Birding By Kayak in the Lowcountry

Explore South Carolina’s Lowcountry by kayak and on foot through salt marshes, swamps, river deltas and barrier beaches. Whether a beginner or intermediate birder, learn strategies for identification as you practice in the field. Some 250 species of interesting and rare birds can be found here, such as the Painted Bunting, Bald Eagle, American Oystercatcher, Anhinga and Wood Stork. Paddle into the Night Heron’s natural habitat, kayak through historic rice canals and walk into stands of longleaf pine to seek the Red-cockaded Woodpecker. Discover the beautiful Ernest F. Hollings ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge and bird beneath draping Spanish moss.
For information about this program please call (800) 454-5768, or enter your email address in the field below and we will contact you when new dates become available.


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