Join Jekyll Island's wildlife researchers for an all-things-alligator class underneath the shaded wildlife viewing platform at Horton Pond. During this hands-on experience you will learn about the American alligator's biology, behavior, and conservation while we demystify common misconceptions about these amazing reptiles. You will also learn about the alligator research happening on Jekyll Island and how it helps create a safe co-existence for alligators and people. At the end of your 45-minute class you graduate as an Alligator Advocate armed with a new understanding of how to safely enjoy these intriguing reptiles and how you can help support alligator conservation.
General admission into The Georgia Sea Turtle Center included in purchase.
We recommend you bring:
- A camera
- Insect repellent
Meeting Location: Horton Pond, Beachview Drive | Location Map
Program Dates: April – September, Sundays & Wednesdays
Time: 11 A.M.
Price: $15 plus tax, FREE for children 3 and under. [price includes GSTC general admission]
Limited to 25 Guests
Tours are offered on a first come first served basis; ADVANCED RESERVATIONS are required. Group size is limited to 25 guests and may sell out days in advance. Guests should check-in at Horton Pond off North Beachview Drive at least 10 minutes before the beginning of the program. Parking is available at the pond. Photography (without flash) is welcomed and encouraged.
Meeting Location: Horton Pond
Price includes all state and local taxes.
Terms & Conditions: All tickets are non-refundable/non-returnable. We are unable to issue exchanges or refunds after a purchase has been made or for lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed tickets. Ticket package and prices are subject to change without notice.