Silver Bluff is a 3,250 acre wildlife sanctuary and education center owned by the National Audubon Society. The site boasts a varied habitat of forests, fields, lakes, ponds and streams, nestled along 2.6 miles of the Savannah River. Habitat and wildlife diversity make Silver Bluff a favorite destination for those interested in observing wildlife (over 200 species of birds on the checklist), wildflowers, photography, or simply a quiet walk. Several interpretive walking trails of varying length give visitors an idea of the natural, historical, and cultural features of the property. Special events for the public are scheduled throughout the year. No fee for walking the trails, though donations are accepted. Hours for the trails are Monday – Saturday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. No pets please.