Monday, May 13, 2019

Traveling South, Savannah National Wildlife Refuge

My wife and I recently made a road trip south to visit with family in central Florida.  On the way down we overnighted in Hardeeville South Carolina.  After getting a room and a meal under our belts we took advantage of the remaining daylight to make a quick pass through the Savannah National Wildlife refuge. Alligators were the most conspicuous wildlife.  With cameras at the ready, I returned before dawn for another quick pass through the Laurel Hill Wildlife Drive before continuing our journey southward.

 A Grackle greets the dawn

Port cranes of the nearby Ocean Terminal 


 A watchful Alligator rest among the reeds

Bobolink feeding on grass seeds

A picturesque spot on the Laurel Hill Wildlife Drive 


Ruth Hiebert said...

WOW! What else can I say? You are a master at capturing beauty all around you.

Coy Hill said...

Thanks Ruth!