Pinckney National Wildlife Refuge

About Pinckney NWR

Pinckney National Wildlife Refuge is 4,053 acres and was established in 1975. From salt marshes to forestland, Pinckney is home to a wide variety of land types as well as an even wider diversity of bird and plant life. While Pinckney is the largest island in the Refuge, Corn Island, Big and Little Harry Island, and Buzzard Island also make up this South Carolina refuge.

What is there to do at Pinckney?

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Earn badges

You can even earn virtual badges, which can be collected for all 7 Refuges in the Complex and exchanged for a prize! Click the badge icon on the bottom of your screen to learn more.


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Explore in person...

or virtually!

Use the resources below to enhance your visit and learn more about the wildlife, plants, habitats, and other natural/cultural resources we protect.