Sea Turtles: A Reason for Shell-abration Pt. 2
Sea Turtles: A Reason for Shell-abration Pt. 2

Sea Turtles: A Reason for Shell-abration Pt. 2

    above:  A “lost years” hatchling blown in by Tropical Storm Hermine 2016           Well, more

Posted by: Nate Ramey

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The Hitchhiking Anemone
The Hitchhiking Anemone

The Hitchhiking Anemone

A popular summer activity is seine netting at the beach. A seine net is basically one that hangs vertically in the water, and the bottom has weights to drag it along the sandy seafloor. Sometimes

Posted by: John Cassell

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Fins, Flippers, and Feathers: Naturalist Updates
Fins, Flippers, and Feathers: Naturalist Updates

Fins, Flippers, and Feathers: Naturalist Updates

          Summer brings us close to some of the most charismatic species on Little St. Simons Island. Graduate students aside, the critters are fascinating as well. From

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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The Turbulent History of Hurricane Terminology
The Turbulent History of Hurricane Terminology

The Turbulent History of Hurricane Terminology

  Header photo: Overview of Hurricane Michael (2018), Retrieved from: kpbs.org

Posted by: Emily Engle

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The Polyphony of Pollinators
The Polyphony of Pollinators

The Polyphony of Pollinators

Header photo provided by Phil Murdaco (@phillipmurdaco on Instagram)  Last month we talked about the unsung Lepidopteran, the moth. This month, we

Posted by: Rock Delliquanti

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Short-Finned Pilot Whales Strand on St. Simons Island
Short-Finned Pilot Whales Strand on St. Simons Island

Short-Finned Pilot Whales Strand on St. Simons Island

In case you missed it, a couple weeks back, on July 16, 2019, roughly 50 short-finned pilot whales (Globicephala macrorhynchus) came to St. Simons Island beaches, with several of them

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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