This small barrier island park offers mostly mangrove habitat with Turkey Bay on one side and a nice stretch of sea grape-lined beach on the other for variety. Low tide on the bay is great for resident Yellow-crowned Night Herons, Reddish Egret and, Piping Plovers in the winter . Wiggins Pass is the best spot to look for loafing Least Terns, and Bald Eagles occasionally hunt there. Rarities like Franklin’s Gull and Western Kingbird have been recorded. A viewing tower at the north end of the park offers long-range views of both the pass and the beach.