Birding @ theBEND

Birding @ theBEND

July 11 | 8:00am - 10:00am

Explore the natural beauty of theBEND by joining one of our weekly bird walks.  The historic Ashley River, with surrounding marshes and forest is a vital source of food and shelter for hundreds of species of lowcountry birds.  theBEND’s diverse habitats - fresh and brackish ponds, vast tidal salt marsh and flats, open meadow, and wooded edges make it an ideal place to observe birds of all kinds.  Site Director Chet Morse leads this 2-hr walking tour through the site, spotting and identifying birds along the way.

 

Time:  8-10am Tuesdays

Price: Free

Meet: park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring: water, repellant, sunscreen. Binocular and field guide optional.

Golden Hour @ theBEND

Golden Hour @ theBEND

July 12 | 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Golden Hour @ theBEND

 

See theBEND through a different lens - join one of our Golden Hour photography sessions.  The site’s natural beauty is on full display during the early evening when the sun is low.  Situated on the banks of the historic Ashley River, theBEND showcases breathtaking views of the waterway, Charleston peninsula and Ravenel Bridge.  A diverse range of natural habitats onsite also provides great opportunities to photograph unique lowcountry flora and fauna.  Site Director Chet Morse organizes and hosts this 2-hr meet up.

 

Time: 7-830pm

Price: Free

Meet: Park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring:  camera, water, repellant, sunscreen

Birding @ theBEND

Birding @ theBEND

July 18 | 8:00am - 10:00am

Explore the natural beauty of theBEND by joining one of our weekly bird walks.  The historic Ashley River, with surrounding marshes and forest is a vital source of food and shelter for hundreds of species of lowcountry birds.  theBEND’s diverse habitats - fresh and brackish ponds, vast tidal salt marsh and flats, open meadow, and wooded edges make it an ideal place to observe birds of all kinds.  Site Director Chet Morse leads this 2-hr walking tour through the site, spotting and identifying birds along the way.

 

Time:  8-10am Tuesdays

Price: Free

Meet: park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring: water, repellant, sunscreen. Binocular and field guide optional.

Birding @ theBEND

Birding @ theBEND

July 25 | 8:00am - 10:00am

Explore the natural beauty of theBEND by joining one of our weekly bird walks.  The historic Ashley River, with surrounding marshes and forest is a vital source of food and shelter for hundreds of species of lowcountry birds.  theBEND’s diverse habitats - fresh and brackish ponds, vast tidal salt marsh and flats, open meadow, and wooded edges make it an ideal place to observe birds of all kinds.  Site Director Chet Morse leads this 2-hr walking tour through the site, spotting and identifying birds along the way.

 

Time:  8-10am Tuesdays

Price: Free

Meet: park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring: water, repellant, sunscreen. Binocular and field guide optional.

Golden Hour @ theBEND

Golden Hour @ theBEND

July 26 | 7:00pm - 8:30pm

See theBEND through a different lens - join one of our Golden Hour photography sessions.  The site’s natural beauty is on full display during the early evening when the sun is low.  Situated on the banks of the historic Ashley River, theBEND showcases breathtaking views of the waterway, Charleston peninsula and Ravenel Bridge.  A diverse range of natural habitats onsite also provides great opportunities to photograph unique lowcountry flora and fauna.  Site Director Chet Morse organizes and hosts this 2-hr meet up.

 

Time: 7-830pm

Price: Free

Meet: Park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring:  camera, water, repellant, sunscreen

Birding @ theBEND

Birding @ theBEND

August 1 | 8:00am - 10:00am

Explore the natural beauty of theBEND by joining one of our weekly bird walks.  The historic Ashley River, with surrounding marshes and forest is a vital source of food and shelter for hundreds of species of lowcountry birds.  theBEND’s diverse habitats - fresh and brackish ponds, vast tidal salt marsh and flats, open meadow, and wooded edges make it an ideal place to observe birds of all kinds.  Site Director Chet Morse leads this 2-hr walking tour through the site, spotting and identifying birds along the way.

 

Time:  8-10am Tuesdays

Price: Free

Meet: park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring: water, repellant, sunscreen. Binocular and field guide optional.

Birding @ theBEND

Birding @ theBEND

August 8 | 8:00am - 10:00am

Explore the natural beauty of theBEND by joining one of our weekly bird walks.  The historic Ashley River, with surrounding marshes and forest is a vital source of food and shelter for hundreds of species of lowcountry birds.  theBEND’s diverse habitats - fresh and brackish ponds, vast tidal salt marsh and flats, open meadow, and wooded edges make it an ideal place to observe birds of all kinds.  Site Director Chet Morse leads this 2-hr walking tour through the site, spotting and identifying birds along the way.

 

Time:  8-10am Tuesdays

Price: Free

Meet: park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring: water, repellant, sunscreen. Binocular and field guide optional.

Golden Hour @ theBEND

Golden Hour @ theBEND

August 9 | 7:00pm - 8:30pm

See theBEND through a different lens - join one of our Golden Hour photography sessions.  The site’s natural beauty is on full display during the early evening when the sun is low.  Situated on the banks of the historic Ashley River, theBEND showcases breathtaking views of the waterway, Charleston peninsula and Ravenel Bridge.  A diverse range of natural habitats onsite also provides great opportunities to photograph unique lowcountry flora and fauna.  Site Director Chet Morse organizes and hosts this 2-hr meet up.

 

Time: 7-830pm

Price: Free

Meet: Park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring:  camera, water, repellant, sunscreen

Birding @ theBEND

Birding @ theBEND

August 22 | 8:00am - 10:00am

Explore the natural beauty of theBEND by joining one of our weekly bird walks.  The historic Ashley River, with surrounding marshes and forest is a vital source of food and shelter for hundreds of species of lowcountry birds.  theBEND’s diverse habitats - fresh and brackish ponds, vast tidal salt marsh and flats, open meadow, and wooded edges make it an ideal place to observe birds of all kinds.  Site Director Chet Morse leads this 2-hr walking tour through the site, spotting and identifying birds along the way.

 

Time:  8-10am Tuesdays

Price: Free

Meet: park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring: water, repellant, sunscreen. Binocular and field guide optional.

Golden Hour @ theBEND

Golden Hour @ theBEND

August 23 | 7:00pm - 8:30pm

See theBEND through a different lens - join one of our Golden Hour photography sessions.  The site’s natural beauty is on full display during the early evening when the sun is low.  Situated on the banks of the historic Ashley River, theBEND showcases breathtaking views of the waterway, Charleston peninsula and Ravenel Bridge.  A diverse range of natural habitats onsite also provides great opportunities to photograph unique lowcountry flora and fauna.  Site Director Chet Morse organizes and hosts this 2-hr meet up.

 

Time: 7-830pm

Price: Free

Meet: Park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring:  camera, water, repellant, sunscreen

Birding @ theBEND

Birding @ theBEND

August 29 | 8:00am - 10:00am

Explore the natural beauty of theBEND by joining one of our weekly bird walks.  The historic Ashley River, with surrounding marshes and forest is a vital source of food and shelter for hundreds of species of lowcountry birds.  theBEND’s diverse habitats - fresh and brackish ponds, vast tidal salt marsh and flats, open meadow, and wooded edges make it an ideal place to observe birds of all kinds.  Site Director Chet Morse leads this 2-hr walking tour through the site, spotting and identifying birds along the way.

 

Time:  8-10am Tuesdays

Price: Free

Meet: park and meet at front of property

Walk: >1mile, paved and/or flat

Bring: water, repellant, sunscreen. Binocular and field guide optional.

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