Priscilla Kent of Bluffton looks around at the different birds who live at the Cypress Wetlands in Port Royal on Saturday morning during the 3rd annual Birthday for the Birds to celebrate the birth of the hundreds of wading birds that live in the wetlands.
Priscilla Kent of Bluffton looks around at the different birds who live at the Cypress Wetlands in Port Royal on Saturday morning during the 3rd annual Birthday for the Birds to celebrate the birth of the hundreds of wading birds that live in the wetlands. DELAYNA EARLEY Island Packet
Priscilla Kent of Bluffton looks around at the different birds who live at the Cypress Wetlands in Port Royal on Saturday morning during the 3rd annual Birthday for the Birds to celebrate the birth of the hundreds of wading birds that live in the wetlands. DELAYNA EARLEY Island Packet

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