As SIPOA changes the web management interface from AssociationVoice to GateAcess, the steps to access the Wildlife Sighting form have changed slightly. The process is easy and the Environmental Committee hopes to gather more data on the island’s wildlife. Once data is collected, the EC will have access to software that can track animals’ movements. It should be informative to see exactly where animals such as piebald deer, bobcats, and coyotes tend to spend their time. Seabrook Island is also fortunate to host interesting birds such as the roseate spoonbill, bald eagles, wood storks and even pesky wild turkeys. Follow these steps to report an interesting sighting and soon we may be able to discover a little more about the animal life on Seabrook Island.
Go to discoverseabrook.com in your browser.
At the top of the page, highlight SIPOA, and a drop-down menu appears.
Click on Wildlife Sighting.
You are encouraged to use the form.
-Submitted by Lucy Hoover, Environmental Committee Communications