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Painted Buntings

They’re here! Around late spring every year, painted buntings make their way from Central America and the Caribbean to the southern states. These striking birds

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Love Is In The Air

Article by Kim Anuszkiewicz In the Lowcountry, alligators are preparing for their favorite time of year – mating season. After dark, you will hear the

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Great Blue Herons

By Penny Ellison The largest heron in North America is the great blue heron and Kiawah is home tomany of them. These hardy birds thrive

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The Eastern Oyster

With this month being Marsh Madness, there is no better time to highlight the Eastern oyster, the most important organism in our salt marshes! Oysters

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Marsh Wren

By Penny Ellison At dawn and dusk around the island, you are likely to hear the bubbly song of the abundant marsh wrens.  You may

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Chronologs Chronologs are a citizen science project used by many environmental agencies to capture the change in the environment over time. The Kiawah Conservancy has

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