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PHOTO: Fripp Island Audobon Club leads tour of new Cypress Wetlands in Port Royal

Ken Scott, pointing, a master naturalist with the Fripp Island Audubon Club, leads a group on a tour of the Town of Port Royal's Cypress Wetlands on Tuesday following the dedication ceremony for the half-mile-long walking trail through the wetlands on Tuesday. In the wetlands park, boardwalks and pathways circle the wetlands, which feature an egret rookery in the spring and numerous other species wading birds and ducks, as well as a bald cypress and tupelo swamp.
Ken Scott, pointing, a master naturalist with the Fripp Island Audubon Club, leads a group on a tour of the Town of Port Royal's Cypress Wetlands on Tuesday following the dedication ceremony for the half-mile-long walking trail through the wetlands on Tuesday. In the wetlands park, boardwalks and pathways circle the wetlands, which feature an egret rookery in the spring and numerous other species wading birds and ducks, as well as a bald cypress and tupelo swamp. Jay Karr The Island Packet

Ken Scott, pointing, a master naturalist with the Fripp Island Audubon Club, leads a group on a tour of the Town of Port Royal's Cypress Wetlands on Tuesday following the dedication ceremony for the half-mile-long walking trail through the wetlands on Tuesday. In the wetlands park, boardwalks and pathways circle the wetlands, which feature an egret rookery in the spring and numerous other species wading birds and ducks, as well as a bald cypress and tupelo swamp.

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