Thursday, May 9, 2013
The Sewee Association and Coastal Expeditions have once again teamed up to support loggerhead sea turtle conservation efforts at Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. If you liked the Bull Island tours with Rudy Mancke you will love this safari with Patrick McMillan.
Explore the island with a world-renowned naturalist, Dr. Patrick McMillan, host of “Expeditions with Patrick McMillan.” This is a special opportunity to tour Bulls Island safari-style, for an incredible day examining the plants and animals of this wildlife refuge. Help the association raise funds for the Sea Turtle Program within Cape Romain and join the group on an island adventure.
For tickets call 843-884-7684 or book online at coastalexpeditions.com
The tours are planned for Sunday, May 26 and will cost $75 per person (includes ferry ride and picnic lunch). The ferry will departing from Garris Landing at 10 and 11:15 a.m.
The Sewee Association is the friends group for Cape Romain, Waccamaw and Ernest F. Hollings ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuges and the Francis Marion National Forest. It supports critical biological and research projects for its partners, including loggerhead sea turtle recovery efforts, shorebird monitoring and invasive species control. The association conducts environmental education programs which connect thousands of kids with the incredible resources on the refuges and forest. Students in its programs build their math and science skills while learning about the unique coastal ecosystems. The association’s ground breaking work in environmental education has become a model for many other programs.
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