Park your kayak or car at Sawpit Creek Boat ramp. In the marsh you may catch a glimpse of Clapper Rails, Seaside Sparrows and Marsh Wren.
Across the road from the boat ramp is Spoonbill Pond, spot waders and shorebirds can be spotted there.
Further down the road in the park there is also a birdwatch station. It allows you to relax take a seat and observe the birds in their habitat.
Head to The Bluffs Scenic Shoreline picnic area to enjoy great shoreline views.
End your day with a hike towards Black Rock Beach. Though it is called a beach, you are not permitted to frolic in the waters here. No worries, Little Talbot Island is just a short distance away for all your swimming desires. While at Black Rock Beach, you can park and take a hike. Along the trail, you should be on the lookout for migratory songbirds and painted buntings.