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maritime pine plantation
It was inaugurated on 1 June 1971. In 1970, Charles and Joseph Fraser of the Sea Pines Founding Family signed a contract for the inauguration of the 606 hectare area in the nature reserve as a habitat for wildlife and outdoor recreational facilities. It' specially designed so that we can all appreciate and appreciate the diversity of our very own unique nature.
For many, a trip to the nature reserve is the culmination of their stay, as it provides an excellent view of the value of this unspoilt country that can be enjoyed by tens of thousand of visitors. Inside the reserve there is a shell ring constructed 4000 years ago by Indian moundbuilders, about the same age as the cyclops!
More than 200 bird populations have been sighted in the reserve and the area has been recognised by the National Audubon Society as an "Important Bird Area", an area of precious habitat on an otherwise highly evolved islet. Hilton Head Whitetail Deer is very productive in the reserve, although it is seldom seen in the sun.
The" forest" depicts the species of trees and vegetation in the nature reserve, among them the pine forest, the living oak forest, the fresh water swamps and the infinite species of grass. We' re happy to be able to provide you with our one-hour horseback riding through this beautiful resort, so that you can fully appreciate what it has to provide with the best possible means of transportation..... Horse!
Groups, one-to-one and semi-private classes for younger and adult students - we have a wide range of skills. It is an approachable, pleasant and environment-friendly establishment that promotes good care for individual persons and pets through a sense of belonging and belonging. We' ve just added four outside boxes to the WPS so we can accommodate three lifesaving horses:
And Cece, who may be a trained horse that opens a place for another rescuer or a pensioner! For more information in the coming month, see here how you can help us to supply these lifesaving ponies and the pensioners who have cared for us for so long!