Cape Romain National Wildlife Reserve, South Carolina
saltwater marshes, barrier islands and tidal rivers of the 64,000 acre
wilderness expanse that stretches for 22 miles down the Atlantic coast
are a haven for geese, duck and swans flocking there, as well as for the
threatened loggerhead turtle. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service protects
the sanctuary for thousands of other shorebirds that winter over, including
the lovely white ibis.