Category Archives: Nature

Turtle Patrol Report June 10 through June 18

Monday, June 11 We have Nest 13! Walkers Beverly Stribling and Joleen Ardaiolo called with a crawl 50 yards short of the cross at the far southern end of the island. Linda and Bill Nelson responded. The mama hit the … Continue reading

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Wildlife Sighting Form

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 … Continue reading

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Venomous Snakes of South Carolina

South Carolina is home to 6 species of venomous snakes. They are active at this time of year and rather than identifying them, it is best to give them a wide berth. If you are interested in knowing more about … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report May 29 through June 9

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 Bill Nelson called in early to report two crawls between boardwalks 2 and 3. Judy Morr was called to probe. A few minutes later Bill called again to report a third crawl near boardwalk 1 and … Continue reading

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Magnolia Plantation Volunteer Program Info Session – June 11

Ever thought about volunteering? Magnolia is looking for energetic individuals aged 15+ interested in gardening, history, youth programs or special events. Flexible hours, no experience necessary. Join one of the Volunteer Program Information Sessions at 10 am and 5 pm … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report – Week Ending May 27th

You never know what you’re going to see on the beach during Turtle Patrol walks. We believe this was the first horse/Bride sighting. Thanks to Mary Zamora for the photo. Friday, May 25th The Memorial Day Holiday weekend started off … Continue reading

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Shorebird Protection Covered in P&C Article

While enjoying the beach over this Memorial Day weekend, remember it is nesting season for our shorebirds. For more information on our shorebirds and how to avoid disturbing their nests,  click here to check out the article “South Carolina’s nesting … Continue reading

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Full Moon Bonfire-Tues.5/ 29-Boardwalk 1

Full Moon Bonfire Tuesday, May 29, 2018 Sunset – 8:20 pm Moonrise – 8:29 pm High Tide (Rockville): – 9:22 pm ~ Full Flower Moon ~ Finish your Memorial Day Weekend with a beutiful bonfire on the beach with friends … Continue reading

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Seabrook Island Summer Beach Rules

The Town of Seabrook Island, the Seabrook Island Property Owners Association, and the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources oversee management of our beautiful beaches. Below you’ll find a summary of the rules and regulations regarding our beaches.  These are … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol 2018 Season Begins

  The Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol began their daily walks on the beach on Thursday, May 10th but it took until May 18th to get the first nest. Friday, May 18th We have Nest #1! Walkers Sandy MacCoss, Alison Bowers, … Continue reading

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Abridged Environmental Committee Minutes, Tuesday May 8, 2018

The Community Garden Group proposed the following motion to put before the Seabrook Island Property Owner’s Board: “The Community Garden being an important amenity on Seabrook Island, the Property Owners Association recognizes the right of the gardeners to use the … Continue reading

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Beachfront Lights Out – Starting May 15

As a reminder, from May 15 thru October 31 all outdoor lighting facing seaward on beach front units must be turned off from 9:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Also, when on the beach at dark, please use red filters on flashlights. Artificial light such … Continue reading

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