A Case of Mimicry
A Case of Mimicry

A Case of Mimicry

To the brave soul picking up this cottonmouth, “WHAT ARE YOU THINKING”?! Oh, wait a second, there is more to a snake than meets the eye. Many species here in Georgia

Posted by: John Cassell

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Cords and Culture
Cords and Culture

Cords and Culture

Have you ever visited Little St Simons Island in late fall? If so, you may have seen the beautiful display of reddish-purple grasses. This grass is Muhly Grass (Muhlenbergia

Posted by: Katy Hosokawa

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The Song of the Sundew
The Song of the Sundew

The Song of the Sundew

  As we creep into April here on Little St Simons Island many of our spring ephemeral wildflowers are coming into bloom. The brightly colored and sweet-smelling yellow

Posted by: Rock Delliquanti

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Young Naturalist Activities
Young Naturalist Activities

Young Naturalist Activities

Getting the kids in the great outdoors, learning and exploring, is one of the most rewarding and inspiring parts of the job. Not only do we want them to appreciate it like we do,

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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The Right Whale to Save
The Right Whale to Save

The Right Whale to Save

In the winter just offshore of Little Saint Simons Island, unbeknownst to many who live in the area, there are real life leviathans. Some of these giants have been known to

Posted by: Nate Ramey

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Mr. King
Mr. King

Mr. King

If you’ve stayed over at the lodge chances are you have heard of Mr. King, our resident, adult eastern kingsnake. He is a captive animal that we use to educate people on the benefits of

Posted by: John Cassell

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