Little St. Simons Island, GeorgiaLittle St. Simons Island is an important nesting ground for many endangered species including loggerhead sea turtles and many local and migrating bird populations
Fallow deer, alligators and dolphins are a common sight among Little St. Simons Island's undeveloped forests and waterways

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In this astonishing kingdom, encounters with the Island’s natural inhabitants are no less than delightfully constant, including sightings of European fallow deer, alligators, armadillos, dolphin and the occasional loggerhead sea turtle.

And here, on the Atlantic migratory flyway, is a birder’s paradise with more than 280 species of birds recorded on the Island from Bald Eagles and Roseate Spoonbills to Sandpipers and Painted Buntings.

The great blue heron is one of the many local bird species that make its home on Little St. Simons Island Bird enthusiasts can observe numerous local and migrating bird populations
“Visiting Little St. Simons Island is like stepping back to an older, richer, wilder world.”