Dungannon Heritage Preserve

S.C. 162

Hollywood, SC 29449

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Phone: (843) 546-3226

City: Hollywood

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Dungannon Heritage Preserve

The 643 acre Dungannon Heritage Preserve in Charleston County was acquired to protect one of the top nesting colonies of the federally endangered wood stork in South Carolina. It also provides nesting and feeding habitat for numerous other birds, including osprey, anhinga, great egrets, and great blue herons. There are several excellent trails where the visitor can walk through the property with ease. A handicapped accessible boardwalk across the swamp is planned. Guided tours for groups can be arranged

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