The ecosystems of the South Carolina coast are some of the richest and most diverse in the eastern United States. Tidal zones, wetland forests, and both freshwater and saltwater marshes each offer unique habitats on and around Hilton Head Island.
This wide-ranging complex of ecosystems makes the Lowcountry a particularly great place to observe a wide range of flora and fauna. And there may be no better way to go wildlife watching in Hilton Head than aboard a kayak.
See Wildlife In The Lowcountry
Saltwater marshes are some of the most common habitats you’ll encounter on the South Carolina coast. Local islands, lagoons, and tidal creeks support not only abundant marine life, but also birds, reptiles, and land mammals.
Kayaking grants you…
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