A Melody of Moths
A Melody of Moths

A Melody of Moths

               Many people are enamored with butterflies. The classic image usually consists of a brightly colored or patterned insect flitting effortlessly

Posted by: Rock Delliquanti

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A Note on Sharks
A Note on Sharks

A Note on Sharks

With the 5th annual Little St. Simons Island Shark Days event just around the corner, here’s a note on Georgia’s coastal

Posted by: Cohen Carpenter

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Sea Turtles in Georgia- A Reason for “Shell-abration”
Sea Turtles in Georgia- A Reason for “Shell-abration”

Sea Turtles in Georgia- A Reason for “Shell-abration”

   

Posted by: Nate Ramey

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Sand Dollars: Take the Test
Sand Dollars: Take the Test

Sand Dollars: Take the Test

With summer officially here we will be taking more folks to the beach for some fun in the sun. One of our staff’s favorite activities is to go about and collect the various treasures that

Posted by: John Cassell

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A Symphony of Slime Molds
A Symphony of Slime Molds

A Symphony of Slime Molds

Not long ago as I was tending to our vermicompost bins (a future blog post coming this summer), and I found a strange substance growing inside the bin. It looked like a yellow,

Posted by: Rock Delliquanti

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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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