Earl Klugh's, second annual Weekend of Jazz at Kiawah Island Golf Resort
November 10-12, 2011
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- Congratulations, Earl, on Grammy nomination for Handpicked!
- Runners Powered by Protein
- Rainbow Row Gingerbread House- The Sanctuary Pastry Creation
- Cooking Demonstration- Mod Oz by Executive Chef Brendon Bashford
- Harvesting Time- November’s Ingredient of the Month!
- Wild Turkey – Mother Nature’s Paintbrush
- Chocolate Brownie Dome- Classic Steakhouse Desserts at The Ocean Room
- Sold-out Weekend of Jazz huge hit
- Creative Sushi by Chef Badi- The Ocean Room Sushi Lounge
- Scotch, Tots and a Weekend of Jazz!
- Make a splash with the family next year in the new pools at Kiawah Island Golf Resort (10)
- Night Heron Kid’s Pool Opens Tomorrow (Saturday, June 9th)! (8)
- Kiawah’s Dir. of Outdoor Programs describes new Kiawah Pools (5)
- Mingo Point Oyster Roast (4)
- Kiawah’s new 14-person Bay Boat for Kiawah River Tours (4)
- Environmentalist Philippe Cousteau releases sea turtles from Kiawah beach (3)
- Mingo Point Season Opens May 25 (2)
- Leatherback Sea Turtle nest on Kiawah Island! (2)
- A fond farewell to my Kiawah family…. (2)
- 10 Fun Facts about Grapes (2)
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Category Archives: Environment
Similar to a dog barking at a stranger at your door, birds alert one another when there is a threat in their neighborhood. On February 5th, as our recreation staff was finishing a meeting in Night Heron Park, we were … Read More
Recently, Kiawah Island Naturalists have been busy helping Aaron Given, Assistant Town Biologist, with his winter marsh sparrow banding research. Throughout the winter months Aaron selects a few days centered around a daytime high tide that is at least 5.8 … Read More
There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm. ~ Willa Cather….. (This blog post is by Kathy Murphy, Ph.D, who will be headlining Kiawah’s “Your Possible Life” retreat February 8-10 in The Sanctuary.) Twenty three … Read More
When thinking about birds, Charles Darwin, John J. Audubon, and Roger Tory Peterson may be the first people to come to mind. Though an unfamiliar name, Jonathan Alderfer, should most definitely be part of this iconic list. A birding consultant … Read More
“Wisdom is the reward you get for a lifetime of listening when you’d have preferred to talk.” ~Doug Larson As the summer comes to a close and temperatures begin to fall, an increasing number of Northern Mockingbirds (Mimus polyglottos) … Read More
Kiawah Naturalists were fortunate to get some amazing video of a mother alligator as she assists her hatchlings.
One of the best parts of being a naturalist is that moment when we first spot a dolphin swimming towards our tour in the Kiawah River. Whether it is during a kayaking or motorboat excursion, our Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins steal … Read More
Here are the top 10 reasons why kids love Kiawah vacations: 1. The events are fun for everyone!! From toddlers to teens there are endless activities for children of all ages. You can sing songs and swim at … Read More
On April 17, 2012 a Leatherback Sea Turtle, measuring 5’11” from flipper to flipper, crawled up onto our beach to lay her eggs. Every year, 100 to 250 Loggerhead Sea Turtle nests are laid on Kiawah, but a Leatherback nesting was … Read More
The way a snake is aware of us, other animals, and the environment in general is vastly and intriguingly different than the way in which we humans sense our world. Some senses mammals rely greatly on, such as eyesight, are … Read More