Savannah – Yesterday I took a short trip out to the Savannah NWR, just driving around the Laurel Hill Wildlife Drive instead of getting out and walking the trails some. It was still a fun visit with plenty to see. Anhingas, Blue Winged Teal, Coots, Gallinules, Great Blue Herons, Great Egrets, Little Blue Herons, Northern Shovelers, and Pied Billed Grebes were aplenty as were alligators and turtles. I counted 18 alligators along the driver, most of them fairly good sized unlike the multitude of small ones seen at Harris Neck recently. I particularly enjoyed one stretch of the drive where Blue Winged Teal and Northern Shovelers were feeding at the waters edge right near the road and stayed around as I parked above them and took photos.
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I'm an Amateur Radio Operator, Radio Monitoring enthusiast, History enthusiast, and very amateur nature/wildlife photography. Most of my amateur radio activity is voice because I mostly operate from a mobile station (listen out for me operating from Jekyll Island, IOTA NA-058). On the radio monitoring side of things, I enjoy listening to military aviation, Fire/EMS, and USCG/Federal comms. My History interests are varied and I enjoy reading about a wide variety of History and visiting historic sites. I take an interest in nature, wildlife, and the environment and particularly enjoy going to the National Wildlife Refuges in my area to take photos. Due to my job, I split time between Savannah and Brunswick, GA View all posts by KF4LMT