Our family group of 12 recently enjoyed a wonderful afternoon here. We spent a lot of time in the causeway photographing a wide variety of birds, Egrets, Roseate Spoonbills, Herons, Woodstorks, gulls, and others. We were amazed at the Spoonbills with their “sweeping” feeding technique. We all walked down the straight road that used to connect it to Brookgreen Gardens, and were told by a walker a photographer had sighted an alligator crossing the path! We saw a large owl and a fast fox. We had an annual pass and some of our party went back two additional days to view the birds at the “Golden Hour” from about 5:30 - 7. In addition my husband and I toured Atalaya, a wonderful Spanish style hour built by the Huntingtons. She had her studios there and places to house animals to study for sculptures. It is a lovely wedding venue with wonderful textures in the exposed brick walls and indoor and outdoor spaces for wedding ceremony and reception. We all enjoyed so many aspects of this wonderful place.
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