Meg Hoyle has studied sustainable hunting in Kenya and Zimbabwe, researched tropical ecosystems in the Australian rainforest, tracked sea turtles through the Caribbean, and followed guides through the Galapagos Islands. While adventures abroad have shaped the conservationist’s passion for ecotourism, Hoyle’s ethos flows from a deep connection to the Lowcountry creeks where she grew up. “I’ve traveled to Kenya, Zimbabwe, the Great Barrier Reef, and we have something just as amazing right here in our salt marsh system,” says the founder of Botany Bay Ecotours. “It’s easy to appreciate the beauty of the Lowcountry from a distance, but I want to get people out in these estuaries for an up-close look.” […]
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