|Silver Bluff Audubon Center & Sanctuary|
|Location: 4542 Silver Bluff Rd|
|Description: Owned and operated by The National Audubon Society, Silver Bluff Audubon Center & Sanctuary is a 3,400-acre woodland overlooking the Savannah River. Habitat and wildlife diversity make Silver Bluff a favorite destination for birding, wildflower viewing, photography or a simple quiet walk.
Visitors enjoy the miles of walking trails winding through the property which are well-marked and accented with interpretive signs. For the birdwatcher, Silver Bluff boasts more than 200 species, including the federally threatened Wood Stork and Bald Eagle. In addition to the extensive pine and hardwood forests, 50 acres of lakes and ponds and 100 acres of grasslands, Silver Bluff has archaeological sites from nearly every period in American history.
Educational programing, tours and special events for groups of all ages are offered.
The Sanctuary is free and open to the public from dawn to dusk.
Pets are prohibited.