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. Low tide on the bay is great for waders and shorebirds, including resident Yellow-crowned Night Herons. Piping Plovers can be seen in the winter. Wiggins Pass is the best spot for shorebirds including 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.