1. St. Simons Island
  2. Brunswick
  3. Jekyll Island

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Wildlife You May See

Watching wildlife can be a lot of fun. Many wildlife creatures are elusive and wary so you will need to move slowly and quietly. Early morning and late afternoon are usually the best times to see wildlife. A pair of binoculars is helpful.

Even if you do not see the animal, you may see signs of its presence, such as tracks, scat (droppings), or feathers. And listen... in nature you can hear a symphony of sounds.

Brown Pelican, Boat-tailed Grackle, Killdeer, Clapper Rail, Kingfisher, Ring-billed Gull, Laughing Gull, Willet

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