Nature and Environment

Beaches and Creeks of Ossabaw Island

When: Sat., Nov. 23, 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 2013

A five hour boat trip, hosted by Wilderness Southeast. This tour combines natural and human history of coastal salt marsh with the wild beauty of Ossabaw Island. Trip stops on the beach. Bring lunch, water and binoculars. Meet at Fort McAllister Marina in Richmond Hill. Motoring past an historic Civil War Fort and winding between lush walls of bright green marsh grass, this tour combines natural and human history of coastal salt marsh with the wild beauty of Ossabaw Island. You'll meander through narrow tidal creeks watching for dolphin, birds, and others that feed off the lushness of our marshes. Stepping ashore you'll have time for a relaxing stroll of this wild and seldom-visited beach, where you can beachcomb and enjoy the picnic lunch binoculars and bottled water; we provide a cooler and ice for your lunches and water.

Price: $75 Reservations required.

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