Wildlife and more near Savannah and Charleston, November 2019

with Jackie and Elston Hill
Our first destination was Pinckney Island NWR near Hilton Head. Not many people there. It was a mile walk each way to Ibis Pond where there
was great wildlife. There was also a flower garden there to attract butterflies.
A Cardinal
Grebe
Anhinga
Tricolored Heron
Mosquitoes love Jackie. So she wore
her outfit.
On our second day, we went to Harris Neck Wildlife Refuge south of Savannah. We were the only visitors there and we did not encounter any
staff. We drove the loop twice. At just one pond, the wildlife was outrageous.
Anhingua right. Wood storks and Roseate Spoonbill below.
Great
Egret
Terns on bridge along the coast.
Gulls feeding in the wake of container ship leaving Port of Savannah.
Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah
Mosquito on car door handle taken
with iPhone.
The second half of our trip was spent
near Charleston, mostly at the Caw
Caw County Park and the Audubon
Reserve at Magnolia Plantation.
Wood Ducks
Ibis catches and eats snake.