Blue Hydrozoans
Blue Hydrozoans

Blue Hydrozoans

We’ve had some unusual organisms washing ashore on Little St. Simons Island lately due to several days of heavy winds pushing in from the east. Among them is Sargassum,

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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How Does That Rhyme Go Again?
How Does That Rhyme Go Again?

How Does That Rhyme Go Again?

       While most folks would be horrified with the prospect of finding a red, yellow, and black snake in their garden, the naturalists at Little Saint Simons

Posted by: Nate Ramey

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Norm
Norm

Norm

Spring is in the air of Georgia. But birds and bees are not the only critters looking forward to these rising temperatures. Norm, the famous bachelor of Little St. Simons, also

Posted by: John Cassell

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Culinary Gardener on LSSI!
Culinary Gardener on LSSI!

Culinary Gardener on LSSI!

LSSI welcomes its newest member to the team, Jessica Baxter, Culinary Gardener. Chef Matt and Horticulturist Séamus were looking for someone to provide day-to-day support on

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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Naturalist History: The Naturalists of Little St. Simons Island
Naturalist History: The Naturalists of Little St. Simons Island

Naturalist History: The Naturalists of Little St. Simons Island

The Beginning: Cathy Sakas and John "Crawfish" Crawford The naturalist program on Little St. Simons Island has been a

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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Prescribed Fire
Prescribed Fire

Prescribed Fire

If you’ve visited LSSI during October, you’ve seen dune ridges swaying with pink-flowered Muhly Grass (Gulf Hairawn Muhly Grass, Muhlenbergia sericea). Not only is this grass

Posted by: Kate Tweedy

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