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sunset photo on the beach with a bike

August 20, 2020

24 Hours on Little St. Simons Island

Through his love for the Island and his passion for photography, Office Assistant and Photographer Phillip Murdaco finds ways to make the most of his time at LSSI. Phillip chronicled a single day on the Island to show how many amazing experiences an intrepid visitor can enjoy in 24 hours on Little St. Simons Island.

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February 26, 2020

Quash's House: Preservation Efforts At a Significant Site Part 2

Before we began building a structure to help preserve the ruins of Quash’s House, we decided to engage with local archaeologists to dig the footings for the 4 posts that we would install, ensuring that we would not lose any of the story or history of the site through our efforts to protect it.

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February 25, 2020

Chef Renée Everett & Her Gluten Free Pecan Coconut Banana Bread

Renée Rigaud Everett’s life-long passion for cooking began as a young child when she would watch and emulate her mother and her grandmother soaking up all their secret recipes like a sponge.

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February 25, 2020

Winter Wonderland

The transition from fall to winter brings a certain crisp spirit of adventure to Little St. Simons; one which makes us feel calm and innately connected to nature and the people with which we share this beautiful space.

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February 25, 2020

Garden Updates January 2020

Little St. Simons Island welcomes its new gardener, Wesley Boccardo! Though he’s a California native, Wesley calls Philadelphia home, where he grew up.

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people kayaking on a river

February 24, 2020

Naturalist Update: Meet our Newest Team Members

The past 4 months have been filled with excitement on Little Saint Simons as we welcomed our three newest naturalists Katie, Nick, and Tyler! These outstanding individuals have diverse backgrounds of knowledge and experience which they look forward to sharing with all those who visit.

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bird walking alone

February 23, 2020

Winter Ecological Updates

On Friday, January 3, we counted our island’s birds as part of the Christmas Bird Count. Over two dozen people in our area gathered to document 117 species and 7,096 individual birds!

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