Category Archives: Nature

Turtle Patrol Weekly Summary – June 11 through 18

Turtle Patrol Weekly Summary – June 11 through 18 We had a great week with 7 new nests. We’re up to 38 nests compared to 24 at this time last year. Hope it keeps up. June 11 We have a … Continue reading

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Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle Hooked on Seabrook Island

On Wednesday, June 13th, Seabrook Island resident and angler extraordinaire Stan Ulner called to report that he had inadvertently caught a sea turtle while fishing in the surf on North Beach. He immediately called Security and the Turtle Patrol for … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report – June 4 to June 10

There were only two days we found nests last week but we found 5 nests! June 8, 2017 – Nest #26 On a miserably cold, windy and wet morning on the beach, the turtles rewarded the walkers with several tracks. … Continue reading

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CCPRC: Master Naturalist Course by Clemson – Registration Opens July 1

The Charleston Master Naturalist course is for adults of all ages who want to better understand and protect the rich natural resources of South Carolina. While focusing on the coastal environments in and surrounding Charleston County, participants will sharpen their … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Weekly Report May 21 – 27, 2017

Sunday, May 21 Denisa Collins was on the beach to see the Mama of Nest #13 lay the nest and go back to the sea. It was Denisa’s first time to see a Loggerhead up close and personal. (Click here … Continue reading

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Gibbes Museum: Story Time with the Gibbes – May 25

Story Time with the Gibbes May 25, 10:30-11:00am Join us for Toddler Story Time in the galleries in collaboration with the Charleston County Public Library. Families will enjoy a story relating to the works of art in the Museum’s exhibitions. … Continue reading

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The Point’s 4th Annual Inshore Fishing Tournament – June 3

4th Annual Inshore Fishing Tournament Captains Meeting – Thursday, June 1; 5:30pm Fishing Tournament – Saturday, June 3.  Fish accepted until 4pm Species include:  Flounder, Sheephead, Trout,  Spot Tail Bass Prizes awarded to: 1st, 2nd, 3rd place for each species Outstanding Lady Angler Outstanding Youth … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Weekly Summary 5/14/17

Turtle Patrol’s 2017 Season Off to a Fast Start! Saturday, May 6 No activity on a cold blustery day. Several reports of Portuguese Man of War on the beach. Wednesday, May 10 Nest # 2 on was found on Zone … Continue reading

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SINHG Cruises Stumphole Swamp

Recently a large group of Seabrookers headed to Santee State Park where we boarded a pontoon boat to cruise poetically-named Stumphole Swamp. The swamp is located at the confluence of the North Santee River and Lake Marion and, as such, … Continue reading

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In the News – Marlin Caught at Bohicket Invitational Billfish Tournament

In case you missed it, here’s a link to today’s Post & Courier article about the marlin catch at the Billfish Tournament yesterday.  It’s a whopper!  Click here to see the full article and picture. -Tidelines Editor

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Thanks To Our Volunteers

Despite the chilly temps and threatening skies, twelve of Seabrook’s finest headed out this last Saturday to spruce up Betsy Kerrison Parkway. Luckily the skies began to clear and it turned into a nice stroll. Thanks go out to Joe … Continue reading

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Full Moon Bonfire – Wednesday, May 10 at Boardwalk 1

Full Moon Bonfire Wednesday May 10, 2017 Sunset – 8:09 pm Moonrise – 8:02 pm High Tide (Rockville): – 9:13 pm ~ Full Flower Moon ~ The April bonfire may have been the best yet with over 110 people having … Continue reading

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