Kitchen Magnet Depicting the Forest of Congaree National Park's Kingsnake Trail
This acrylic fridge magnet depicts the brilliant green colors typical of Congaree National Park's lowland swamps. There are many such ecozones in the park, and while they might seem inhospitable and unpleasant they are in fact full of interesting and exciting wildlife-though you'd better wear your rubber boots when you're exploring! This magnet will help you to remember your visit to the park and its unique environment, of which there are no other pristine examples in the Southeastern United States. What's more, the magnet is useful, its strong sticking power able to support all manner of papers, reminders, and photographs to your fridge door. Even if you haven't been able to visit Congaree National Park yet, this magnet's beautiful colors will be an inspiration for travel plans to come. Made of strong acrylic, the magnet will remind you of the fun times you had in South Carolina for a long time!
Fauna of Congaree National Park
Did you know that the Congaree river and its associated swamplands are one of the northernmost habitats of the American alligator? The Kingsnake Trail brings you to a remote part of the park alongside many meandering waterways where you might catch a glimpse of this elusive, beautiful reptile. Don't get too close, though-alligators can be dangerous! There are also many species of snakes that thrive in the aquatic environs of the park, though of these some are dangerous as well, like the copperhead and the infamous cottonmouth. While you're exploring the park you might also hear the snuffling and snorting sounds of a pig. Careful-the wild boars of Congaree National Park can grow to very large sizes! They're fascinating to observe, but only from a distance. The large expanse of the park allows for such encounters to be safe for all involved, animal and human!