Rescheduled: Join us for a Learning Together: Biking and Birding the Seabrook to Kiawah Bike Path

We were rained out Labor Day weekend so let’s try this again.

Grab your bike and join us as we bike and bird along the bike path from Seabrook Island’s Lake House through Freshfields to Mingo Point on Kiawah. The path is paved and borders wooded areas, marsh and fields. Mingo Point has bird feeders which always has a variety of birds including possibly some migrating warblers. It also has access to the Kiawah River for sitings of shorebirds.

Join SIB Executive Committee Members Melanie Jerome and Judy Morr for this biking & birding trip along the bike path. We hope to see shorebirds like egrets, herons and Roseate Spoonbills in the tidal marsh areas. We will listen for passerines hoping to catch a glimpse of those heading south for the winter. And birds of prey are common to see flying overhead. Be sure to bring binoculars, camera, hats, sunscreen, bug repellant, snacks and water.

Saturday, September 14, 2019 7:30 am – 11:00 am
Learning Together – Biking & Birding the Seabrook Isand to Kiawah Bike Path
Location: Meet at Gate side Parking area for Lakehouse
Max: 12
Cost None for members; $5 donation for guests

If you are not yet a 2019 SIB member, you must first become a member by following the instructions on our website: or we request a $5 donation to SIB.

Once you are a member, please register no later than Thursday September 12, 2019. All registrants will receive a confirmation letter the day prior the event.

If you have additional questions about the program, please contact us by sending an email to:

Author: sibirders

SEABROOK ISLAND BIRDERS / “watching, learning, protecting” Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) are residents, renters and guests of Seabrook Island, SC who have an interest in learning, protecting and providing for the well-being of the incredible variety of birds that inhabit Seabrook Island throughout the year.

4 thoughts on “Rescheduled: Join us for a Learning Together: Biking and Birding the Seabrook to Kiawah Bike Path”

  1. Hello Judy I hope you and the island and the birds are all ok after the storm thinking of you Gerry

    Gerry Farrell Personal email



  2. I was happy to read this post because I was very worried that Seabrook might have been very damaged. You said that you were rained out last weekend with no word of the hurricane!

    Kay Lyma

    Sent from my iPhone



    1. Yes, Kathleen, it was a rain out on that particular day as it was 5 days prior to the hurricane – just a heavy rain day! But overall, Seabrook and our wildlife fared well!


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