The Life of a Naturalist
The Life of a Naturalist

The Life of a Naturalist

Header photo - Ben Galland Little St. Simons Island is well known for its beautiful beach, pristine forests, and spectacular wildlife. Many come to visit, but few get to stay. I am one of

Posted by: Katy Hosokawa

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The Ballad of the Butterbutt
The Ballad of the Butterbutt

The Ballad of the Butterbutt

  *photo above - Ryan Schain The Yellow-rumped Warbler (Setophaga coronata) is a mid-sized warbler that overwinters here on Little St Simons Island. From October until May,

Posted by: Rock Delliquanti

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A Late-Winter Walk through Middle Woods
A Late-Winter Walk through Middle Woods

A Late-Winter Walk through Middle Woods

The word “winter” conveys a seasonal mood contrary to the reality of the stroll we took earlier this week. Three guests, a couple from Virginia and a returning guest and friend from

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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Youth Leadership for the Natural World
Youth Leadership for the Natural World

Youth Leadership for the Natural World

Hannah Bonvechio, a young leader in marine conservation, enters her 7th year of raising money for marine research and education programs. Hannah developed a passion for marine conservation

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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American Holly
American Holly

American Holly

American Holly (Ilex opaca) is an evergreen shrub and tree that grows 10-20 meters tall from Massachusetts to Florida, west to Texas. Holly leaves are a glossy green and range 5-7.5 cm long and 2-4

Posted by: Naturalist Team

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Virginia Opossum (Didelphis virginiana)
Virginia Opossum (Didelphis virginiana)

Virginia Opossum (Didelphis virginiana)

A common mammal species throughout the Eastern and Midwestern US, the Virginia Opossum is the only marsupial to live North of Mexico.  They range from southern Canada to northern Costa Rica

Posted by: Scott Greene

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