Posted by Staff reports on October 14, 2014
Beaufort County Animal Services relocated three wild horses living on St. Helena Island on Tuesday after a fourth horse was struck and killed by a vehicle over the weekend.
Two of the horses will stay at Camelot Farms on St. Helena Island until they are adopted. The third horse is staying with a local foster family while a veterinarian examines it for a previous injury.
More than a dozen wild horses live on Horse Island on St. Helena Island, and nearby property owners say they have lived off the land there for years.
Posted by ERIN MOODY on October 11, 2014
A new study commissioned by the town of Port Royal reports that the alligators in the Cypress Wetlands pose little danger to residents and visitors.
Posted on October 9, 2014
Birds prevail in this week's Untamed Lowcountry gallery of reader-submitted photos. If you have pictures you'd like to submit for publication in a future Untamed Lowcounry gallery, email your jpeg images to Managing Editor Jeff Kidd at firstname.lastname@example.org. You must own rights to the photos you submit and agree to allow us to publish them.
Posted by JEFF KIDD on October 5, 2014
The Fripp Island Audubon Club showed off one of northern Beaufort County's important birding areas Saturday and Sunday with its second Fall Migration Celebration.
Posted on October 3, 2014
Ring the dinner bell. In this week's Untamed Lowcountry gallery of reader-submitted photos, the birds seem determined to chow down. Watch a hawk try to lasso a snake and a heron help himself to a frog-leg dinner. If you have photos you would like to submit to a future Untamed Lowcountry gallery, email your images 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.
Posted by MATT McNAB on October 1, 2014
The coyote believed to have bitten someone in Okatie last week was recovered by the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control after the animal was struck and killed by a car, a DHEC spokesman said Wednesday.