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Areas of Interest
Mild winters and a large variety of habitats (beaches, barrier islands, tidal creeks, saltwater marsh, swamps, pine forests, hardwood bottoms, and freshwater lakes and ponds) make the Charleston area a premier birding destination any time of the year.
Cape Romain, an international reserve located in Awendaw, Charleston County.
Black River Swamp Preserve, Peachtree Rock Preserve, Waccamaw River Preserve, Red Bluff Marsh Preserve, Cliffs at Glassy Preserve, Huntington Beach, Myrtle Beach State Park, Brookgreen Gardens, Savannah River National Wildlife Refuge, Cypress Gardens, Congaree Swamp National Monument, Tybee National Wildlife Refuge, Francis Marion National Forest
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