Seine & Sort Live Feed

Virtually tune in anytime during this program. We will be filming the USC Baruch Marine Field Lab Research crew as they pull a large seine net in one of the tidal creeks of North Inlet. After they pull the net we will show you what they catch! Registration required. Once you register, you will be emailed a zoom link. tune in anytime during this program. Please note that each program has a different start time. Free!

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Seine & Sort Live Feed

Virtually tune in anytime during this program. We will be filming the USC Baruch Marine Field Lab Research crew as they pull a large seine net in one of the tidal creeks of North Inlet. After they pull the net we will show you what they catch! Registration required. Once you register, you will be emailed a zoom link. tune in anytime during this program. Please note that each program has a different start time. Free!

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South Carolina’s National Estuarine Research Reserves

There are 29 National Estuarine Research Reserves across the country, focused on studying and protecting their unique estuary ecosystems. South Carolina is home to the ACE Basin and her NERR-by sister reserve, North Inlet – Winyah Bay in Georgetown. After a brief overview of the NERR system we’ll hear from researchers about how they record and use water quality data and current projects from both reserves.

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Virtual Storytime

Grab your children and tune in virtually for a story time read by Reserve staff! This week we will be reading “A Day in a Forested Wetland” by Kevin Kurtz!

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Virtual Sea Turtle Patrol

Join us for an “beginning of the sea turtle season” interactive life history talk about Loggerhead sea turtles! Once you register, you will be emailed a zoom link for the event.

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Creature Feature – Fishes of North Inlet

Want to know what is swimming in the North Inlet Estuary? Join us during this virtual creature feature as we learn about what lurks under the water! Once you register, you will be emailed a zoom link to attend.

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Virtual BioDiscovery

Have you ever wondered about those curious animals and plants that grow off of docks, pylons, and other structures in the water? From identifying skeleton shrimp and spaghetti worms to the collection of water quality data and creative design, the BioDiscovery Project promises an exciting learning experience for all ages and locations in South Carolina. This will be held monthly through a virtual format called zoom. Once you register, you will be emailed a zoom link on how to attend the event.

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Virtual BioDiscovery

Have you ever wondered about those curious animals and plants that grow off of docks, pylons, and other structures in the water? From identifying skeleton shrimp and spaghetti worms to the collection of water quality data and creative design, the BioDiscovery Project promises an exciting learning experience for all ages and locations in South Carolina. This will be held monthly through a virtual format called zoom. Once you register, you will be emailed a zoom link on how to attend the event.

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