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Good for people that want to drive, hike, or bike. Beginning birders will especially like the lakes.
The nature photographer's paradise is located south of Savannah. The natural reserve's Web site -- http://www.fws.gov/harrisneck/ -- provides more details, including location and directions:
Acres: 2,824 (157 man-made freshwater ponds; 705 open fields; 663 pine/oak forests; two acres of forested wetland; and 1,297 salt marsh).
Location: McIntosh County, GA, 5 miles north of Eulonia, GA, then seven miles east on Harris Neck Road. From Interstate 95, take exit 67 and travel south on U.S. 17 for approximately one mile, then east on Harris Neck Road for seven miles to the main entrance gate on your left.
Notable concentrations of waterfowl, wading birds, shorebirds, songbirds, raptors, deer, turkey, quail and alligators.