The Northeast Coast of South Carolina; A Nice Place For Birds

For many years I never gave the Northeast Coast of South Carolina another thought for birds. Now I have an older sister who lives there and I went there for a visit. This is a good coast for shorebirds, Swallow-tailed Kites and Mississippi Kites all during the breeding season and my guess is that the migrations are good for these birds as well. The lesson is that good birding can still be found just about anywhere.

This is a new birding area for me; from Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge to the Waccoma National Wildlife Refuge. The area is a sea turtle nesting area and a house for red wolves near Cape Romain on an island off of the coast.

Matt

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