Category Archives: Nature

Bird Feeder Cam at Kiawah Island Town Hall

Enjoy watching backyard birds but don’t have feeders of your own?  Now you can watch the local Lowcountry SC birds enjoying the Kiawah Island bird feeders at their Town Hall.  Just click below! Bird Feeder Cam -Submitted by SIB   … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report Week Ending May 31

The Turtle Patrol had a busy week with 4 nests and 6 false crawls. The Walkers also had to navigate around and through storms and rain on several days. Monday, May 25 A busy holiday Monday with two nests and … Continue reading

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Erosion & Renourishment Webinar June 4

Join SCDNR for their “Bringing the Outside In” series: Ways to connect with the outdoors while staying indoors! Our educators and biologists are offering a series of online programs every Thursday at 3 p.m. Each program will last about 45-60 … Continue reading

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King Tide in the Charleston Area June 4-6

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is leading the South Carolina King Tides initiative to document the effect that extreme tide events have on our state’s beaches, coastal waterways, private property and public infrastructure. Remember to … Continue reading

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Where the Wildlife Are – Seabrook’s Wildlife Reporting Map

It’s been great seeing friends and neighbors add their wildlife sightings to our new interactive wildlife map of Seabrook Island.  You can access the reporting form and map through the sipoa.org website. On the homepage you’ll find ‘Wildlife Sightings’ on … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report Week Ending May 20

Monday, May 18 We have nests 5 and 6! It was a busy morning on the beach! Bob Mason called with 3 crawls between boardwalks 6 & 7. Bill and Linda Nelson responded to the first crawl which was just … Continue reading

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Register for SIB’s First Virtual Evening Program: Nesting Birds

Learn more and register now. -Submitted by SIB

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Turtle Patrol Report Week Ending May 17

Tuesday, May 12 We have Nest 2! 6:29 am is apparently the magic moment! 2020’s first two nests were reported at exactly 6:29 am. Today, Tory Kindley reported a crawl about 150 yards north of Boardwalk 3. Judy Morr probed … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Begins. 1st Nest on May 11th!

The Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol began patrolling the beaches starting on Monday, May 4th. There were no nests from May 4th through May 10th but on Monday, May 11th Veronica L’Allier called at 6:29 with a crawl just south of … Continue reading

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SC Reports Largest Number of Wintering Orioles

The article below was written and distributed by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR). Click here to subscribe to updates from SCDNR. An adult male and an immature Baltimore oriole look as if they’re talking about a sweet … Continue reading

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A Day at the Museum Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has long been a favorite of school children with its gigantic African Bush Elephant in the main entry hall, dinosaur bones hanging from the ceilings, and the spectacular Carmen Lucia ruby, one of … Continue reading

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King Tide in the Charleston Area May 6-9

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is leading the South Carolina King Tides initiative to document the effect that extreme tide events have on our state’s beaches, coastal waterways, private property, and public infrastructure. 2020 Predicted … Continue reading

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