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Tuesday, January 17, 2017 @ 3:00PM

You do not want to miss this exiting opportunity to learn all you ever wanted to know about bees!

Without bees the Earth would be a very different and much poorer place. Bees play an important ecological role and are vital to the health of natural ecosystems and human economies.  Join us on January 17 and learn about the benefits of bees, what threats are currently putting our bee populations at risk, and how you can help. Guests attending this program will also enjoy sampling some of South Carolina’s finest honey!

This free program is co-sponsored by the Kiawah Conservancy and the Sandcastle Community Center.

Photography by Pamela Cohen

Have you seen our documentary on the American alligator?
If not, CLICK HERE TO WATCH IT NOW

Learn about Kiawah's thriving alligator population, their importance to our unique ecosystem, and research currently underway to preserve and protect this modern day dinosaur.

Thank you to our sponsors: Taylor Agency Insurance and Town of Kiawah Island for their generous support.

Congratulations to the Constest Winner: Linda Fein
Thank you to everyone that submitted entries for the Kiawah Conservancy's first ever Photographic Scavenger Hunt. The contest winner is Linda Fein. Linda won an autographed copy of Edisto River: Black Water Crown Jewel.
 
 
Naturally Kiawah Volume 36

Check your mailboxes! If you're on our mailing list you should be receiving your copy of Naturally Kiawah Volume 36 any day now. If you're not on our list, you can sign up here to receive the next published issue and view the current issue online now.

Have you seen our documentary on the the loggerhead sea turtle? If not, CLICK HERE TO WATCH IT NOW

Watch as the mother turtle emerges from the ocean and makes her way to the dunes to dig her nest and lay her clutch of eggs. Learn about Kiawah's thriving Turtle Patrol and their efforts to preserve this amazing species. See the hatchlings emerge from the nest and make their way to the ocean. Loggerhead sea turtles are one of Kiawah Island’s most iconic and noble species.