Bull Island, A Wild Landscape Of The Atlantic Coast

I went to Bull Island yesterday.

Bull Island is a barrier island right in the middle of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, 60,000 plus acres of the coastal Atlantic in South Carolina. The island is 7 miles long.

I went with my brother-in-law, a good sport who likes to golf and puts up with my nature mannerizms…thank goodness…

Some of the highlites included a “bubbling Atlantic dolphin, numerous shorebirds, a mink, a good bunch of staff naturalists, an easy going boat ride, neat cordgrass marshes (vast), Longleaf Pine forests, Caspian Terns, American Oystercatchers, Laughing Gulls and tilting-gliding Turkey Vuultures and at least one Black Vulture… We did see bobcat tracks.

I would go back to Bull Island in a minute.


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