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Fallout from Hurricane Irma

Brown Noddy blown in by Hurricane Irma While Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on Florida and the Caribbean, here in the Grand Strand we got very lucky.  There was minimal damage, and we had the opportunity to see some very unusual wildlife.  When a big hurricane comes up from the south, it…

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Cypress Swamp

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Summer Kayaking on the Salt Marsh

Summer is here in full force on the Grand Strand, and in Murrells Inlet and Huntington Beach State Park that means some pretty amazing bird watching!  The herons, egrets, wood storks and Ibis that have been nesting in huge rookeries in the swamps have fledged their babies and are taking the kids over to Huntington…

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Update on the rescued Loggerhead Sea Turtle

We have good news so far on the rescued Loggerhead Sea Turtle. Gary (as he has been named) is doing well at the South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital in Charleston (see the link below for details). The Sea Turtle rescue system in South Carolina is pretty amazing. Between S.C.U.T.E (see link below) and the…

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Loggerhead Sea Turtle Rescue

A group of Black River Outdoors Guides and some naturalists from Huntington Beach State Park spent last Sunday afternoon paddling in the marsh behind Pawleys Island looking for the rare and elusive Diamond Backed Terrapin.  These little salt marsh turtles were hunted heavily for turtle soup in the past (this is no longer a popular…

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The Salt Marsh at Low Tide

We were quite busy with our Kayak EcoTours during the two weeks surrounding Easter. Spring Break brings lots of visitors to the Myrtle Beach area. I am finally finding time to do a Blog post. The Salt Marsh really comes to life at low tide. Birds love to eat at low tide, when their prey…

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Leatherback Sea Turtle on Full Moon Kayak EcoTour

I saw my first ever Leatherback Sea Turtle in the wild today on our Full Moon Kayak EcoTour. We paddled out into Murrells Inlet in daylight, and walked along the beach out to the jetty. We had seen quite a few cannonball jellyfish along the way, along with Least Terns, Red-Breasted Mergansers, herons and egrets. The…

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Back in the Cypress Swamp

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March is an amazing time for a Kayak EcoTour

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Biggest Brown Watersnake I Have Ever Caught!

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