Join the Reserve staff and the Waccamaw Neck Branch Library as we explore what lurks on the beach at night! We will start the night by dragging a seine net through the water to see what animals we can catch. Please wear clothes that will get sandy and wet. Red flashlights will be provided upon registration. It is best to use red flashlights on the beach at night to avoid disturbing any beach animals. This program will take place at the South end of Pawley’s Island. Once you register, a staff member will email you directions and information.
Get wet and wild during this salt marsh stroll within the North Inlet estuary! Learn about the plants and animals that live within the estuary and become a scientist for the day! For all ages. Make sure you wear clothes that WILL get wet and muddy. Due to COVID, you will have to drive your own vehicle to the salt marsh trail. Registration required, limited to 10 participants. FREE!
What better way to celebrate International Mud Day than to hike in South Carolina’s famous type of mud “Pluff Mud!” Join us on a fun and educational hike through the North Inlet salt marsh trail. Learn about the salt marsh ecosystem and the plants and animals that inhabit it.