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Sea Pines Forest Reserve Professional Review and Guide
"A short walk through maritime forest and marshlands in a well-protected preserve. Omnipresent large turtles offer themselves as tasty meals for the alligators lurking in the dark waters and dense undergrowth. In evenings, especially after summer rains, the sound of frogs chirruping fills the air. Waterfowl are numerous, and red-winged blackbirds frolic about. Willow trees, cattails, sawgrass, southern bayberries, and the green surface scum known as duckweed are the primary plants around the water, which has been stained coffee-brown by the tannic acid of fallen leaves."
--John Clark & John Dantzler, Hiking South Carolina (Falcon Guides).
This is a great place to spot alligators, birds, live oaks and swamps. The prehistoric shell ring is a huge surprise - many thousands of years old and very nicely set up.
Many options on directions to walk - 1/2 hour to 3 hours of great low country scenary
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