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06 Mar

Second Annual Johnston Coastal Sustainability Symposium

On April 4th, the Johnston Center for Coastal Sustainability will be holding its second annual Coastal Sustainability Symposium. Experts in coastal sustainability will gather on Bald Head Island to share knowledge about the coastal environment and climate science with the public. This annual symposium is a key facet of the Johnston Center for...

Jenny Marty | Bald Head Island Conservancy
March 6, 2023
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17 Feb

Field Guide: The Romantic Scent of Pumpkin

by Desiree Bridge, Turtle Central Assistant Manager When one has romantic thoughts for a person, they may perhaps wish to attract them with flowers or chocolates, but to truly enchant someone, just bake them a pie. A pumpkin pie to be exact. With a lavender garnish. The Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation of Chicago […]

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February 17, 2023
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17 Feb

Field Guide: Our Local Lovebirds

by Morgan Hooks, Environmental Content Creator Winter is the season of love; from the holidays to Valentine’s Day, we are often at our most affectionate, most giving, and most romantic. That applies, too, to many of our wild neighbors who are preparing their best breeding plumage for courtship, mating, and raising their offspring with a […]

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February 17, 2023
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16 Feb

For the Love of Wildlife

It’s the season of love, and there is a tremendous amount of things to love about Bald Head Island, from the ancient maritime forest, to the sweeping Frying Pan Shoals, to the wildlife who call the island home. North Carolina Wildlife Federation began the month of February by sharing stories For the Love of Wildlife. […]

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February 16, 2023
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07 Nov

Giving Tuesday 2022

Help us keep our beaches and ocean clean.

Jenny Marty | Bald Head Island Conservancy
November 7, 2022
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16 Oct

Donation Brings Barrier Island Botanists Back to BHI

Throughout the fall, the Bald Head Island Conservancy is holding its annual Barrier Island Botanists (BIB) program, with field trips in coordination with Brunswick County Public Schools. Just under 1000 sixth graders from 6 schools throughout the county will visit Bald Head Island throughout the month of October, with one school scheduled to...

Jenny Marty | Bald Head Island Conservancy
October 16, 2022
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14 Oct

Operation Healing Forces Visits the Conservancy for Caregiver Retreat

by Jenny Marty, Marketing Associate The Bald Head Island Conservancy recently hosted Operation Healing Forces for an Island Nature Tour, as a way to give back to another non-profit organization. Operation Healing Forces works with families of America’s Special Operations Forces (SOF) to serve the needs of active-duty and recent veteran Special...

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October 14, 2022
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16 Sep

First Ever BHIC Pollinator Party & Butterfly BioBlitz

by Jennifer Wiggen, Senior Educator Join us for the first-ever BHIC Butterfly BioBlitz! Become a community scientist and help us track the butterflies of Bald Head Island.  There is no experience necessary! All you need to do is download the iNaturalist app and if you see a butterfly, take pictures and upload them to the […]

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September 16, 2022
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16 Sep

October Means Oysters on Bald Head Island!

by Dr. Beth Darrow, Chief Scientist Join the BHI Conservancy October 10 – 16 for North Carolina Oyster Week as we “shellebrate” the ecology, history, culture, and economy of oysters on Bald Head Island! Mid-October marks the beginning of wild oyster harvest season, and we look forward to enjoying wild oysters in oyster roasts, holiday...

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September 16, 2022
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16 Sep

“Party with a Purpose” Fundraises on Behalf of the Conservancy

by Melissa Blackmon, Chief Development Officer Two Bald Head Island Conservancy board members recently hosted a fundraiser for the Conservancy, which they dubbed ‘Ready to have a Turtley Awesome Time?.’  Katie Chatas and Kim Blackwell hosted a dual birthday party asking for donations in lieu of gifts to support our mission. “Kim and I met...

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September 16, 2022
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