Click on the links below to learn more about all of the different kinds of animals that can be seen around Fort Pulaski.
Several species of amphibians present in Fort Pulaski rely on both the upland and wetland ecosystems to complete their life cycles.
Many species of birds utilize the wetland ecosystem of Fort Pulaski for breeding, feeding, and refuge during winter months.
Fishermen are attracted to Fort Pulaski by the array of fish found in the Savannah River and often make their way into the moat.
Look up, down, and all around. Many species of mammals can be found on land, in the sky, and in the water throughout Fort Pulaski.
The many species of reptiles found in Fort Pulaski are often misunderstood creatures and each play very important roles in their ecosystems.
From insects and spiders to mollusks and crustaceans, invertebrates are the underappreciated "backbones" of their ecosystems.
Last updated: January 10, 2020