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Join the Coastal Chapter on April 23rd for their field trip to tour Bear Island WMA, Donnelley WMA, and the Old Sheldon Church Ruins (pictured above). The group size is limited to 20. To learn more and register, click here.

“Bear Island Wildlife Management Area, owned by the SC Department of Natural Resources, is managed to provide quality habitat for wintering waterfowl and other wetland wildlife including threatened and endangered species such as woodstorks and bald eagles.”

“Donnelley WMA is named in honor of the late Gaylord Donnelley and his wife Dorothy for the contributions they made to the ACE Basin Project and conservation across the continent. Donnelley WMA is owned and managed by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Ducks Unlimited, The National Wild Turkey Federation, US Army Corps of Engineers, The Nature Conservancy and other conservation interests participated in establishing the property.”

“Sheldon Church, formerly known as the Prince William Parish Church, has a tumultuous and eventful history. From its first service in 1757 to its present peaceful setting, the church has followed the travails of our nation’s history. It is one, if not the first church built in temple form in the United States.”

Bring your preferred lenses. Suggestions: A long lens for photographing the wildlife, a shorter lens or wide angle lens for landscapes, and a macro lens for macro. Tripods are also helpful. Use filters if you know why (what effect) you are trying to achieve with them.

There are no fees for Bear Island, Donnelley, or the Sheldon Church Ruins. GNPA Field Trips are for Paid GNPA Members only. Not a GNPA member? Visit: https://gnpa.org/membership-join-us/

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