Skidaway Island, GA
Skidaway Island State Park is an island separated from the Atlantic Ocean by salt marsh and Wassaw Island. The park is characterized by tidal estuaries, salt marshes, salt flats, tidal rivers and mature maritime forests. Trails wind through the forest and past salt marsh, leading to a boardwalk and observation tower.
Osprey, painted bunting, pileated woodpecker, bald eagle.
Warbler watching can be spectacular during spring and fall migrations. Look for nesting ospreys in spring and summer. Listen and look for marsh wrens and clapper rails in salt marshes. Painted buntings can be seen during spring and summer.
Other Wildlife Highlights
Deer, raccoons, box turtles, various native snakes.
Best Birding Seasons
$5 parking fee. Annual passes available.
52 Diamond Causeway
Savannah, GA 31411