The Original High Divers, the Brown Pelican

Lowcountry life here on the South Carolina coast wouldn’t be the same without our extremely entertaining and mesmerizing Brown Pelicans. When we think …

Hunting Island’s Lighthouse: Beaufort’s Treasure

One of the most recognizable and most beloved landmarks in the Beaufort area is the historic Hunting Island Lighthouse. People …

The Cypress Wetlands: Port Royal’s treasure and a nature lover’s delight

Nestled behind the Beaufort County YMCA and Paris Avenue you can take in the beauty of the Cypress Wetlands on …

The Sands Beach: Where the Locals Go

There's a local favorite spot along the water in Port Royal that's been drawing folks from all over the Beaufort area for …

Treasures from the ocean: Morning finds on Fripp Island beach

Beaufort is blessed to have several miles of coastline with some seriously beautiful beach access and a world full of …

Sea Pansies: Bioluminescent Flowers of the Sea

Sea pansies are a treat to find while walking our Lowcountry beaches during the day, but also at night for …

12 amazing things to know about Spanish Moss

Southern live oak trees and the Spanish moss which adorns them are two of the many things which help give …

Here come the sea turtles: May is an active time on Lowcountry beaches

It's hard to believe it's that time of year AGAIN...Sea Turtle Season! Beginning in early May and running through October, …

What’s that bizarre slimy pink blob on the beach?

Have you ever spotted a slimy bizarre brain-like blob washed up along our South Carolina shore? Meet the oceanic creature …

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