That is great!
Audubon Center at Beidler Forest:
“18,000-acre bird and wildlife sanctuary offers a beauty unsurpassed in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Beidler is the world’s largest virgin cypress-tupelo swamp forest — a pristine ecosystem untouched for millennia. Enjoy thousand-year-old trees, a range of wildlife, and the quiet flow of blackwater, all from the safety of our 1.75-mile boardwalk. Beidler Forest was originally established to preserve 1,800 acres of old-growth cypress-tupelo swamp forest.”
Are those trees Live Oaks?
Yes, that one we went looking for. 300 hundred plus years old. They really wild trees.
Yeah, I love them. We saw a few down near the Mobile bay. Do the limbs actually grow back underground, and make more roots or something?
Not that I know of.