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Are you a fan of dolphins? Did you know that right here in South Carolina we have a population of Bottlenose Dolphin that has a feeding strategy not seen anywhere else in the world? These animals have learned to hunt by corralling fish close to the beach & then rushing them up onto the sands where they will intentionally strand themselves to catch the fish that are trying to flop back into the water. Kiawah’s Beachwalker Park is one of the very few places with public access that allows us to watch these animals hunt for their food. At the end of the beach is Captain Sam’s Spit where the Kiawah River empties into the Atlantic where the dolphins prefer to hunt. The best time to watch these dolphins hunt is 2 hours before and after Low Tide. There is also a sandbar at the end of the spit that shorebirds prefer to rest on that we will go to view as well. Birds include Black Skimmers, Brown Pelicans, Ring-billed Gulls, Sandwich Terns, Royal Terns, and Caspian Terns.

Stranding Dolphin Tour - 9/28

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