Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, & The Surrounding SC Lowcountry
Sep 23, 2015
Bird Watching in the Lowcountry
Hilton Head and the Lowcountry are a bird watcher’s paradise. It is an untapped resource of miles and miles of protected wetlands and home to a large variety of birds, over 200 species of birds actually.
Many egrets, sandpipers, wood storks, sea gulls, pelicans and osprey eagles call the Lowcountry home, in addition, more than 350 species of native birds have been sighted on the Island over the past 10 years. Among these birds are the most notable species are the snowy egret, large blue heron, osprey and white ibis, as well as cattle egrets that first arrived here in 1954.
Best places to go bird watching here in the Lowcountry include:
For more information on our fine-feathered-friends here in the lowcountry, we recommend checking out Hilton Head Island’s Audubon Society’s Website at www.hiltonheadaudubon.org, Lowcountry Birder at www.lowcountrybirder.com/hilton-head-island-birding/ or the Sun City Bird Watching Club at www.suncitybirdclub.org .
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