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055 - South Carolina Low Country (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on South Carolina Low Country
 
This newsletter points out the best marshes along the South Carolina Coast for photographing migratory birds in the spring. Also explored are the dark swamps and coastal maritime forests. South Carolina's old-growth hardwood forests are taller than those in the Amazon. Hike into the Francis Beidler Forest Sanctuary and photograph large, moss-covered bald cypress trees in Santee State Park, just off Interstate #95. A must-see spot is the Congaree Swamp National Monument, the largest remaining old-growth floodplain forest in North America for great images of dark, primeval swamps. From Myrtle Beach south to the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, all the best tripod holes are listed.
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Printed Issue, sent via USPS
Updated - October 2009

This newsletter points out the best marshes along the South Carolina Coast for photographing migratory birds in the spring. Also explored are the dark swamps and coastal maritime forests. From Myrtle Beach south to the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, all the best tripod holes are listed.
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Locations
  • ACE Basin
  • Atalaya
  • Cedar Creek
  • Congaree Swamp National Monument
  • Edisto Beach State Park
  • Four Holes Swamp
  • Francis Beidler Forest Sanctuary
  • Fripp Island
  • Gadsden
  • Goodson Lake
  • Hampton Plantation State Park
  • Hilton Head Island
  • Hunting Island
  • Huntington Beach State Park
  • Indian Mound Trail
  • Johnson Creek
  • Lake Marion
  • Myrtle Beach State Park
  • Oakridge Trail
  • Pinckney Island
  • Santee State Park
  • Sassafras Mountain
  • Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
  • Wise Lake