Savannah – After Thanksgiving dinner, we decided to make a family visit to the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge while other families were making plans to go to shopping malls. It turned out to be a great afternoon for it; the temperatures were in the low 70’s and the skies had only a few clouds allowing the setting sun to cast a warm light across the refuge. We saw American Coots, Great Blue Herons, Great Egrets, Little Blue Herons, Northern Shovelers, Pied Billed Grebes, Snowy Egrets, White Ibis, and 16 Alligators.
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