Why Winyah Wildlife?

Help to survey backyard biodiversity throughout the 3rd largest watershed on the east coast as a part of the Winyah Wildlife Project! The Winyah Bay

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There is a sea snail that lives near hydrothermal vents thousands of feet below the ocean surface that builds its armored shell out of iron.

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Willet at the education boardwalk

Spring is Still Busy at North Inlet

Spring is always a busy time at the Reserve, for the plants and animals at home in the estuary, as well as for researchers and education staff. Work continues on understanding, protecting and teaching about the North Inlet and Winyah Bay estuaries.

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Teachers: Survey on Reserve Services

The NIWB Reserve is interested in knowing about local teacher’s experiences with our services and their application in the classroom. Please take some time to reflect and answer our survey that will take about 10-15 minutes to complete.

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Spring 2020 Master Naturalist

Registration is now open! Participants gain skills in nature interpretation, research methods, and resource protection through 12 day-long classes occurring on Fridays from March 20 to June 12. No formal background in the sciences is necessary.

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