Backyard Birding on Seabrook Island

Originally posted on SIB:
Approximately 50 backyard bird enthusiasts gathered together for a fun and informative event on September 25th. The “Backyard Birding on Seabrook Island” program was crafted and presented by Judy Morr and Nancy Brown to encourage all Seabrookers to take advantage of the wonderful habitats that can be seen from our windows, porches, or decks. The presentation began with information on how… Continue reading Backyard Birding on Seabrook Island

Join SIB to Bird Freshfields

Originally posted on SIB:
Register Now Sunday October 6, 2019 7:30 am – 10:00 am Exploring Freshfields Location: Fields behind Freshfields Village. Meet at Freshfields parking near the Station and car pool as needed. Max: 10 Kiawah Island naturalist Jake Zadik will leading us on a walk in the fields and ponds near Freshfields Village. This event will have 1 – 2 miles of walking… Continue reading Join SIB to Bird Freshfields

Colorful Berries Feed Overwintering Birds

Originally posted on Tony Tomeo:
Plants compensate for their immobility by procuring the services of animals and insects. They bloom with flowers that attract pollinators with colors, fragrances and flavors. Their fruits use similar techniques to attract those who consume the fruits to disperse the seeds within. It is a pretty ingenious system. The animals and insects probably think that they are taking advantage of… Continue reading Colorful Berries Feed Overwintering Birds