FEBRUARY 2016 FIELD TRIP TO CUMBERLAND ISLAND
A PHOTO ESSAY BY VICKY WALL
Here, fearless leader, Everett Long, points to the map as he explains our assault tactics on the island.
The Cumberland Queen Ferry - a 45 minute ride to the island.
Shellers are welcome, but with stinky shells, there is seating outside the main cabin.
A beautiful walk underneath old-growth Live Oak Trees to the Beach.
Stepping back in time
Low Tide. We found great shells at water's edge and also at the High Tide Line.
Lettered Olives making trails.
Dungeness ruins. Initially built in the late 1800's. Rebuilt by the Carnegie family.
The entrance to Dungeness.
Photo of live Lettered Olive (Oliva sayana) collected on Cumberland Island.
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