Posted on July 31, 2015
Swallow-tailed kites sometimes breed in the South Carolina Lowcountry, and from July through mid-August, they turn Allendale County, S.C., into their hunting grounds. With young to feed and post-breeding migration ahead of they, they gorge on june bugs, insects and lizards. Their spectacular aerial displays attract birdwatchers and nature photographers from around the region.
Posted by JEFF KIDD on July 31, 2015
Swallow-tailed kites make Allendale their hunting grounds from July through mid-August. Their spectacular aerial displays and unusual feeding habits attract birdwatchers and nature photographers from around the region.
Posted on July 29, 2015
Join audience engagement editor Jeff Kidd for a trip through the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge's Wildlife Loop that featured prothonotary warblers, painted buntings and, of course, alligators. He spotted 35 species of birds and several types of dragonflies and butterflies July 25, 2015.
Posted by JOSH MITELMAN on July 27, 2015
Bats, like you've never seen them. That's what a group of kids and adults were treated to Monday afternoon at Coastal Discovery Museum's Discovery House.
Posted by Staff reports on July 23, 2015
No sooner had Savannah researchers began making the first recording of a live birth of a wild bottlenose dolphin than the calf began a fight for its life, according to a paper they published in a scientific journal last week.
Posted on July 23, 2015
Two male dolphins attack a mother and her newborn calf minutes after the birth, apparently intent on killing the calf, on Aug. 23, 2013, near Tybee Island, Ga. Video recorded by Robin Perrtree of Savannah State University, under NMFS LOC #14219. More on this incident: http://bit.ly/1JABfhE
Posted by Staff reports on July 21, 2015
The Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn will host Bats Biology and Conservation at 3 p.m. on Monday, July 27.