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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An Ode to the Odonates
An Ode to the Odonates

An Ode to the Odonates

     Spring has sprung here on Little St. Simons Island and that means flowers are in bloom and birds are undergoing their incredible migrations. However, it also

Posted by: Rock Delliquanti

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BirdCast: Birding in The Age of Technology
BirdCast: Birding in The Age of Technology

BirdCast: Birding in The Age of Technology

  For millions of years birds have transited the globe in search of resources, climate, and other ideal conditions to fulfill their life histories. As of yet, they are not

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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A Lucky Horsehoe (Crab)
A Lucky Horsehoe (Crab)

A Lucky Horsehoe (Crab)

Everyone needs a little luck in life from time to time. This is especially true for a curious critter found here in the tidal waters of the island. This odd creature has an

Posted by: Nate Ramey

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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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