On the way from Brunswick to Savannah this morning, I drove through the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge. Luckily, my drive landed between two rain bands moving through the area and I was able to take a few photos. My first stop at the Woody Pond, the usual hot spot for bird activity, was disappointing. I saw a medium sized and two small alligators and a few Wood Storks and White Ibis. Later on in the drive, however, I hit the jackpot at the Teal Pond. There were a large number of Wood Storks and White Ibis in the Teal Pond while across the road at the Greenhead Pond there were some Herons and Egrets.
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