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Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 9:00am

Wildlife biologist and master bird bander, Aaron Given, will lead this bird watching adventure. Guests walk along the west end beach down to Captain Sam's Inlet, stopping along the way for bird viewing, photographing and discussion. Make sure to bring your binoculars and cameras, the west end beach should provide good diversity of birds and afford some great viewing and photo opportunities. Attendees should be prepared to walk a minimum of three miles on the sandy, shoreline terrain during this tour. Space for this program is limited. Make sure to register your attendance early.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 3:00pm

Winter and early spring are the best seasons for exploring Kiawah's beach and all the ocean creatures that inhabit it. Kiawah Island Golf Resort Naturalists will provide a short overview of what can be found on the beach and in the ocean this time of year. Afterward, we'll head out to the beach and enjoy a walk and ocean seining. Guests are encouraged to bring their beach finds for discussion and identification by the naturalists.  For those participants that want to help pull the seining net, be prepared to get wet and wear shoes that are secure to your feet.

Saturday, June 6, 2015 - 4:00pm

Join us at Mingo Point on Saturday, June 6 for a kayak adventure and sandbar exploration. Kiawah Island Golf Resort Naturalists will lead us on a kayak tour along the Kiawah River, stopping along with way to explore sandbars and the creatures that live within and around them. This is sure to be a fun program for all ages.  Participants should come prepared to get wet and wear shoes that are secure to your feet.  This field experience will include paddling [tandem kayaks] and light walking.  Reservations are required for this free program. 

Tuesday, July 7, 2015 - 6:00pm

Join us for an evening of family fun in Night Heron Park.  This program will include a hands-on presentation from the South Carolina Aquarium's 'Aquarium Rovers' and flight demonstrations from The Center for Birds of Prey. Participants will need to bring their own seating (blankets or chairs). Registration is not required for this free education program.