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Winter Bird Watching

As a preserved estuary, Kiawah River is vibrant with bird species such as Roseate Spoonbills, Great Blue Herons, Dunlins and more. Found nesting near our...

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What to Pack on Your Spring Picnic

As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, the Lowcountry’s flora comes to life with bright bursts of seasonal blooms along the winding...

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Get to Know Your Local Waterways

Whether you are a recreational enthusiast or active water buff, the waters surrounding the Lowcountry offer endless opportunities to enjoy and celebrate this unparalleled natural environment.   Kiawah River’s commitment...

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All About Bees: Inside the Hive

Once you understand how Kiawah River’s Golden Honey is made, every taste will be even sweeter.   Chuck Hudspeth, the Kiawah River beekeeper, is inviting us to learn...

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On the Water: Tide Guide

From the clusters of oyster beds and perennial spartina grass, or cordgrass as more locally known, along the sparkling saltwater riverside to the tailing redfish...

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New Bird Sightings at Kiawah River

Appreciating Kiawah River’s indigenous bird population is one of our favorite pastimes, as many Johns Islanders locals will agree. The island is full of diversity...

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Lowcountry Birding at Kiawah River

Kiawah River is nestled amidst the lushness of the Charleston sea islands and comprises 20 miles of shoreline, maritime forest, salt marshes and dune fields....

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Life Is Abundant in the Marsh Ecosystem

Earth tones of green, gold, and brown pepper the salt marshes throughout Kiawah River, while herons wait patiently for small fiddler crabs, shrimp, and red...