Posted on June 29, 2015
The mudflats in the Hunting Island State Park lagoon were thick with egrets and herons during a short, low-tide paddle trip June 28. Audience engagement editor Jeff Kidd spotted 16 species -- not a lot for a trip around Hunting Island -- but more than 70 individual wading and water birds, most having quite a bit of success feeding.
Posted by CAROLYN RENNIX on June 22, 2015
The Mossy Oaks owl has attacked again, nearly 10 days after it dove onto a 14-year-old girl outside the same home.
Posted by REBECCA LURYE on June 15, 2015
Despite shark attacks that severely injured two teenagers in North Carolina this weekend, experts say it's rare for local beachgoers to encounter aggressive species.
Posted on June 15, 2015
Description provided by video creator: "Caught a couple of glimpses of a lil black tip shark trolling for a snack on Burkes's Beach on Hilton Head Island. If you have ever wondered what happens when a shark is sighted on a public beach take a look! It was rather calm and no big deal but still kinda cool!"
Posted by DAVID LAUDERDALE on June 10, 2015
Barry Ginn of Hilton Head Island had a meeting with God on the beach early Wednesday morning.