Join Natural History Curator Matthew Gibson on a nature walk through The Charleston Museum’s Dill Sanctuary, where you will get an in-depth look at the ecological diversity of the Lowcountry. This tour will not only give you the chance to see nature close-up you might just see things you haven’t noticed before. Come learn about the significant differences between invasive and non-invasive species, negative impacts on endangered species, and the steps you can take to help conserve our environment. Bring your binoculars and discover birds that call the Dill Sanctuary home and why the Sanctuary is an important stop along migration routes.
Visitors are encouraged to submit your findings to citizen science projects such as eBird and iNaturalist.
Please note this is an “off-road” location with unprepared terrain. Walking shoes/boots are strongly recommended.
Reservations and social distancing required.
$20 Museum Members | $35 Non-Members
Register online or call 843.722.2996 ext. 236.
04/22/2021, 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
The Dill Sanctuary
1163 Riverland Dr.
Charleston, SC 29412