Untamed Lowcountry

May 30, 2013 10:15 AM

Photos: Crowd welcomes hatchlings to Port Royal Cypress Wetlands

Seventy-five to 100 people were on hand recently to welcome the arrival of hatchling wading birds at Port Royal’s Cypress Wetlands. We've got photos of the folks who turned up and the unique habitat they learned about.

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