Things to do in Hilton Head

Strand Feeding Dolphins of Hilton Head Island

On Hilton Head Island, there are many opportunities to view wildlife in all its beauty and wonder. Nothing, however compares with getting an opportunity to witness bottlenose dolphins strand feeding along the shores of our waters. What is Strand Feeding? Dolphins are well-known for their complex social behavior and intelligence. Both these traits can be […]

Things to do on Hilton Head when it rains

Hilton Head is full of things to do outdoors. Beautiful beaches, bike trails, golf courses and boat rides are all major reasons why it’s such a popular tourist destination.  But there are some days the weather doesn’t quite work out the way we’d like. Don’t let a rainy day spoil your trip!  There are plenty […]

Spartina Grass

I don’t think anyone’s ever written a riveting story¬†about grass, but if you were, you’d have to make sure the type of grass is worth talking about.¬† The spartina grass we have that’s found in our salt marsh definitely fits this bill. Formally called sporobolus alterniflora, and known as smooth cordgrass, it’s the basis of […]

Muddy Waters

Healthy waters are a staple of healthy island life. While visiting the Island, a lot of visitors will ask about the quality of our water.  They see its brown or green coloration and think it must not be very clean.  There’s a natural inclination to see something murky as unhealthy.   Not only is our water […]

Tides and Currents

Tides and Currents

Depending on the time of year and position of celestial bodies, we have a very wide tidal variance here on Hilton Head, ranging as low as 6 feet and as high as 10. This is evidenced along the beaches and marshes around the island.

Mobula Rays of Hilton Head Island

Mobula Rays of Hilton Head Island

Hilton Head Island is a well known place to see dolphins in the wild. But did you know we also get an influx of manta and mobula rays coming into the waterways every spring and summer? Mobula Ray or Manta Ray? There was a time that manta and mobula rays where considered separate families. It […]

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