We’ve Moved!

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We know many of our friends on Seabrook Island have been concerned about the loss of our home last summer that was in the dead tree between Ocean Winds Green #3 and Crooked Oaks Tee Box #4.  We’d like to inform you all that we have found a “fixer-upper” and moved in a few weeks ago.  It was a home previously occupied by an Osprey family located on Crooked Oaks on Hole #3 near the Yellow Tee Box on the left side in a very large pine tree.  We have been busy renovating by adding additional hard and soft wood to the existing structure and considering other cosmetic changes to make it more comfortable for our soon-to-be growing family.  You may see us at our new home or flying overhead over the marshes, golf courses and beaches of our beautiful Seabrook Island.

We hope in another month we’ll be able to make more announcements about our family.  Please stay tuned!  And if you have any information about us you want to share, please be sure to send it to our friends the Seabrook Island Birders (SIB).

Article submitted by:  Nancy Brown
Photos taken by:  Charles Moore
Graphics submitted by Marcia Hider

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Author: sibirders

SEABROOK ISLAND BIRDERS / “watching, learning, protecting” Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) are residents, renters and guests of Seabrook Island, SC who have an interest in learning, protecting and providing for the well-being of the incredible variety of birds that inhabit Seabrook Island throughout the year.

2 thoughts on “We’ve Moved!”

  1. Very well done piece. Charlie must have sat awhile to get the pics. Last Thursday, as I played golf on Crooked, I observed one of the Bald Eagles and an Osprey in some aerial acrobatics in the vicinity of the nest. It was as if the Osprey was concerned his former home was otherwise occupied. Some may recall that the original attempt for a Bald Eagle’s nest — right of the #5 tee box on Crooked Oaks — was apparently torn apart by Ospreys. It was then — in the early days of the Horizon Plan facilities improvement,, that the recently lost nest on Ocean Winds #3 green was developed. Nature is an ever-changing scene.

    George

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  2. Love, love, love everything about this article! What a clever and playful idea! Delightful writing and award-winning photography – thank you all for sharing your combined gifts and bringing a smile to everyone’s face!

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