Posted by JEFF KIDD on March 10, 2014
So what if we lost an hour of sleep to daylight saving time this past weekend? Spring-like weather was incentive enough to rise early Sunday and check out the Lowcountry outdoors.
My wife and I didn't quite make it out by sunrise, but the light was still slanting as we drove through downtown Beaufort, then out Sea Island Parkway to Hunting Island State Park. As you'll see in the attached photo gallery, we interrupted breakfast for an osprey and a flock of wild turkeys, saw several raptors and two raccoons, and watched the morning turn to afternoon.
I like living in a place where there is a change of season -- if you don't have to shovel snow. But I suspect I'm like many of you when I say I've had it up to here with winter. I'm ready for spring to bloom.
Posted by ZACH MURDOCK on March 8, 2014
A local scientist and area fishermen agree that sea turtles still need protection, despite a lawsuit by commercial fishermen in North Carolina aimed at loosening federal endangered-species safeguards for the animals.
Posted by JEFF KIDD on March 4, 2014
Donnelley WMA sports a diversity of terrain, lots of migratory birds and enough gators to stock half the Everglades.
Posted on February 27, 2014
This week's reader submissions include a bunny and cardinal like none you've ever seen. If you would like to offer a photo for a future Untamed Lowcountry reader gallery, email your jpeg image to Managing Editor Jeff Kidd at email@example.com. You must own rights to the photos you submit and agree to allow us to publish them.