Yellow Jasmine is South Carolina state flower. It is a vine and blooms in the spring.
Osprey with catfish suchi.
Osprey caught a large catfish. Photo taken during a Waccamaw River Tours Nature & Wildlife River boat tour.
Osprey by its nest along the Waccamaw River. Seen during a Nature & Wildlife river boat tour. Photo by Kim Carlson
Great Egret making a nest of sticks. He has his making plummage fanned out. Photo by Kim Carlson 4/2014
Anhinga. Photo by Kim Carlson
Great Egret pair preparing for parenthood. The nest is all ready. The male and female have a green coloring around the eyes only during mating season.
Another beautiful creek along the Waccamaw River. Come and explore these beautiful creeks and rivers with us at Waccamaw River Tours.
Oh, My a 14ft Alligator! Waccamaw River Tours. Photo by Kim Carlson.
Peacock with his plumage displayed for us. Only males are called peacocks. Seen at Waccamaw River Tours. Photo by Kim Carlson.
One of our customers, Dick, took this picture of a mother osprey teaching her two young chicks to fly. 5/2014
Yellow Billed Cuckoo photo by customer Angela Foster 5/2014
Great Crested Flycatcher
Great Crested Flycatcher photo by customer Angela Foster 5/2014
Osprey carryng a fish!
Osprey carrying a fish. Photo by customer Angela Foster 5/2014
Deer in the woods along the rivers edge. This is an island so this deer had to swim across the river to get onto this island.
Pirates at Waccamaw River Tours. These boys had fun buying pirate stuff at the Gift shop and going on a river adventure.
Baby alligator about 1 foot long resting on a log and yawning during a Nature & Wildlife river boat tour at Waccamaw River Tours. 7/31/14 Photo by Kim Carlson
Blue Heron sitting on top of a tree. Found during a Nature & Wildlife river boat tour at Waccamaw River Tours. 7/2014
Customers enjoying the swing ring game when checking-in at Waccamaw River Tours. Plenty of games and things to do before you board for the boat tour.
Ghost Stories on River 10/25-10/31 2014
Ghost Stories on the River 10/2014
Waccamaw River sunset reflections. You can turn the picture upside down and it is hard to tell what is the river and what is the sky. Photo by Kim Carlson
Red bellied woodpecker. Photo by Kim Carlson
Red Bellied Woodpecker on Waccamaw River Tour property. Photo by Kim Carlson.
Red male cardinal. He was sitting in the sun on a cold winter day warming up. They are a beautiful red.
Great egrets doing the mating dance.
Osprey sitting on branch near the nest. Note the white head and brown stripe running from the beak and down the side of neck. Photo by Kim Carlson
Waccamaw River Tours is passionate about this unique body of water. We love to share it's history and ecology with visitors.