Events & Programs
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Explore Programs

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Turtle Days

July 1 - September 15, 2022

Little St. Simons Island's pristine coastline provides critical nesting habitat for endangered Loggerhead turtles. Each summer, female turtles venture from the Gulf Stream to beaches along the Atlantic to nest. 

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Fall Birding Days

September 23 - September 30, 2022

Celebrate the fall migration on Little St. Simons Island! Guest ornithologists join our staff naturalists on excursions highlighting the abundance of species that flock here during this special time.

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Fly Fishing Workshop

DECEMBER 16 - DECEMBER 19, 2022

Whether you're a freshwater fly fisherman looking to test new waters, or a spinning reel fisherman looking to learn a new method, there is no better opportunity than the Little St. Simons Island Fly Fishing Clinic.

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Marine Clean-Up

January 29, - February 1, 2023

Marine debris clean-up days at LSSI are a wonderful opportunity to participate in marine conservation. Our January event will be a clean-up of Little Saint Simons Island's 5-mile main beach.

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Spring Birding Days

April 20 - April 27, 2023

Celebrate the spring migration on Little St. Simons Island! Guest ornithologists join our staff naturalists on excursions highlighting the abundance of species that flock here during this special time.

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Oyster Roasts

Fall and Winter

A coastal custom, oyster roasts are a classic way to experience the bounty of the low country on Little St. Simons Island. Hosted in the Lodge yard beneath towering oaks and Spanish Moss, delight in regional fare as Naturalists grill a fresh bushel of oysters over an open fire.

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Shark Days

June 22 - June 25, 2023

This event is a deep dive into the world of shark biology and the role of sharks in marine ecosystems! Join shark biologists and Little St. Simons Island naturalists on adventures and activities that give you and your family hands-on experience with real research.

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