Denise Parsick, right, of Beaufort, hands a concrete block to John Heinsohn, a wildlife biologist with S.C. Department of Natural Resources, as they build an oyster castle on a beach along the Morgan River.
Denise Parsick, right, of Beaufort, hands a concrete block to John Heinsohn, a wildlife biologist with S.C. Department of Natural Resources, as they build an oyster castle on a beach along the Morgan River. Delayna Earley
Denise Parsick, right, of Beaufort, hands a concrete block to John Heinsohn, a wildlife biologist with S.C. Department of Natural Resources, as they build an oyster castle on a beach along the Morgan River. Delayna Earley

PHOTO: Building an oyster castle

July 27, 2014 6:43 PM

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