Explore the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge

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Added by Kristen May

This wildlife refuge is full of both Spanish moss covered trees and alligators, making it an amazing place for both photographers and those who enjoy wildlife viewing.

The Savannah National Wildlife refuge is home to many species of animal including the alligator, as well as bison and many species of birds. The refuge offers hiking trails, wildlife viewing stations, and many miles of road to travel throughout it's many acres.

One of the most famous parts to this refuge is the many alligators that call it home, you can catch alligators swimming and sunning themselves on the sides of the river.

Definitely use caution while in this park, alligators are a dangerous animal and should be enjoyed from a safe distance. Never feed the animals and always remember, this is their home, we just get the pleasure of visiting it.

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We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on.

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