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July 2021

Found 3 blog entries for July 2021.

FAR FROM CRABBY: HORSESHOE CRABS, HERMIT CRABS, AND GHOST CRABS 

Hilton Head Island is a natural habitat for eleven different crabs and a few marine animals that share the crab’s name. Each refreshing walk on the beach brings discoveries that are fascinating to observe. Horseshoe crabs, hermit crabs, and ghost crabs happily reside along the shoreline, yet the only thing they have in common is their name and address.  

HORSESHOE CRABS

horse show crabsThis ancient marine animal looks frightening but is harmless.  The firm tail, called a telson, is not used for defense; its telson can flip it over or help with stability. Your nose will let you know if the horseshoe is deceased or if it is an empty shell. A juvenile will molt its outer shell, the exoskeleton, 15-16

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Electric vehicle Cart Golf Buggies - electric vehicle png download -  1155*963 - Free Transparent Electric Vehicle png Download. - Clip Art  LibraryThe Lowcountry has caught golf cart fever. Many people are warming up to this trendy form of transportation on and off the golf course. Why not cruise on the golf cart to transform a boring short drive into something exciting? Many Hilton Head and Bluffton communities agree that golf carts are not just for golfing anymore!  

What drives the popularity in carting:  

  • Quiet and smooth ride 
  • Electric carts are environmentally friendly
  • Easy to maintain and clean 
  • Convenient for quick trips 
  • Adds variety to your nearby drives  
  • No sand or grass in your car 
  • Safe to drive with low speeds  
  • Kids think their parents and grandparents are cool! 
  • Fresh, Lowcountry air 
  • Neighborhood drive In movie nights and holiday parades

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Darkness fades as the golden rays of the sun angelically illuminate a sea turtle’s incredible tracks, temporarily imprinted through the sand crystals on Hilton Head Island’s beach.   Early risers can experience nature at its finest as the majestic sunrise signals the beginning of a new day filled with hope. Between May and October, beachgoers may have the pleasure of discovering the distinctive tracks left from a sea turtle’s crawl to and from her nest. Hilton Head is fortunate to have four out of seven species of turtles documented in our area.

The best way to see a spectacular turtle nest is to walk along Hilton Head Island’s sandy beaches facing the Atlantic Ocean. You can find this protected turtle nest in Palmetto Dunes Resort. 

The endangered

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