Wildlife at Mattamuskeet

I have some information and photos of Jump Off Rock in Henversonville to pass along, but couldn't wait to share a few photos from our recent trip to Lake Mattamuskeet (the big hole in the flap of land along the NC coast.)

It's December, which means Tundra Swans, Snow and Canada geese, and thousands of other migrating waterfowl have stopped by the state to rest a spell before moving southward. Many of the birds were near the shore, so we had some great views. It's a long drive, but well worth the visit.

Panoramic shot of the cypress islands at Mattamuskeet:

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