Category Archives: Nature

Turtle Patrol Inventories Sunday and Monday

The Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol will inventory: Nest #14 on Sunday, July 24, 2022, at 9 am, and Nests #9 and #15 on Monday, July 25, beginning at 8:30 am. Nest 14 is located 200 yds north of Boardwalk 3. … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Inventory Friday, July 22

The Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol will inventory Nest #6 on Friday, July 22, at 9 am. Nest #6 is located in front of the large cross and flag at Camp St. Christopher. The closest beach access is Boardwalk 9. Click … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Inventory Thursday, July 21

Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol will inventory Nests 1 and 2 on Thursday, July 21, 2022, beginning at 7:30 am. Both nests are located on North Beach near the garbage bin. The nearest access is Boardwalk 1. Click here to see … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report for July 8-July 14

It’s been a quiet week on Seabrook Island with only 4 new nests but we did have 2 inventories. Inventories are taken 3 days after the nest hatches, or as we say “boils”. The information is reported to the Department … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Inventory Monday, July 18

Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol will inventory two nests on Monday, July 18 beginning at 6:00 pm. The first is Nest #7 located 80 yds north of Boardwalk 6. After the completion of that nest, the team will move to Nest … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Inventory Saturday, July 16

Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol will inventory Nest #5 on Saturday, July 16 at 5:00 pm Nest #5 is located near the kayak shed in front of Camp St. Christopher. The nearest beach access is Boardwalk 9. Click here to see … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Inventory Wednesday, July 13

Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol will inventory Nest #4 on Wednesday, July 13 at 4:00 pm. Nest #3 is located 300 yards north of the vehicle entrance on Camp St. Christopher. Boardwalk #9 is the nearest access to the beach. Click … Continue reading

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Mosquito Spraying Overnight July 12-13

Charleston County Mosquito Control spraying is scheduled for overnight Tuesday, July 12 – Wednesday, July 13 Charleston County Mosquito Control has scheduled a spray truck for Zone “K2,” which includes the Town of Seabrook Island. The treatment is scheduled to … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report for June 24-July 7

Nest 52 – June 24Will Snelgrove, Melanie and Rob Jerome found Nest 52 north of the kayak shed on the beach in front of Camp St. Christopher. The 117 eggs were relocated to higher ground. This is Will Snelgrove’s first … Continue reading

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Full Moon Bonfire Wednesday, July 13

Full Moon Bonfire Wednesday, July 13, 2022On the beach between Boardwalks 1 and 2 Sunset – 8:28 pm Moonrise – 8:57 pm High Tide – 9:05 pm Full Buck Moon It will likely be a warm evening but it is … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Announces First Public Inventory

Seabrook Island Turtle Patrol will inventory Nest #3 on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, at 8 am. Nest 3 is located 300 yards north of the vehicle entrance at Camp St. Christopher. The timing of this inventory may be modified without … Continue reading

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King Tides in the Charleston Area July 12-15

A King Tide is a non-scientific term used to describe high tides that are higher than normal. They usually occur during a full or new moon or during specific seasons throughout the year. They can cause flooding of low-lying areas … Continue reading

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