Audubon's Silver Bluff Sanctuary

Photo: Chandra Jennings
Photo: Chandra Jennings

Get Ready for Storks & Coffee!

On August 7th, we're hosting a Wood Stork event in the morning with three sessions at 8:30, 9:30, and 10:30. You don't have to be an early bird for this event, and we're even supplying the caffination. For more information about this event and to register, please click here.

Also, we're having a Wood Stork highest count contest! Guess what the highest count of Wood Storks you think there will be at one time at Silver Bluff's Kathwood Ponds. The winner will be announced on the 7th, with a drawing for a prize! To join in on the contest please click here.

South Carolina history meets the great outdoors . . . 

Audubon’s Silver Bluff Sanctuary is a 3,400-acre woodland overlooking the Savannah River.  Here you’ll find extensive pine forests and bottomland hardwood forests; beautiful walking trails; 50 acres of lakes and ponds; 100 acres of grassland; and all manner of birds and wildlife.  And that’s just above ground — underfoot are archaeological sites from nearly every period in American history.

Visiting Silver Bluff is FREE, although online donations to Silver Bluff are always appreciated. Stay in touch with all things Silver Bluff by signing up here! We do charge for private tours and special events.