Amble the paths and boardwalks through productive river swamps of bald cypress and Ogeechee lime trees that define the edges of the Ogeechee River. Learn about the once flourishing local caviar industry, and understand the dynamics of life caught in the river's flow and seasons. Step into a scene from Savannah's past while
walking the tow path of the partially restored
Savannah-Ogeechee Canal. Discover dwarf forests on what was once sand bar, now inland sandhill and home to a rare community of plants and wildlife, including the endangered gopher tortoise. You may also meet, at a safe distance, some of the reptiles and amphibians that call this area home. Available for groups only.
For groups only: "River Swamps and Reptiles" as a half-day program is
only for groups, and will include a hands-on reptile (turtles and non-poisonous
snakes) program presented by a professional herpetologist.
3025 Bull St, #302, Savannah, GA 31405
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