SIB’s Article for the September The Seabrooker

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s September 2022 SIB article. Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page article on Page 4! The stories this month feature:

How Birds Use Their Senses to Survive – Learn more about birds’ senses of sight, taste, smell, hearing, touch are used .

Thanks to author Mary Wilde and photographer Ed Konrad for their awesome submission. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

SIB’s Article for the August The Seabrooker

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s August 2022 SIB article. Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page article on Page 4! The stories this month feature:

Seabrook Birds…Through the Lens – Learn more about Ed Konrad’s experiences photographing birds.

Thanks to author and photographer Ed Konrad. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

SIB’s Article for the June The Seabrooker

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s June 2022 SIB article. Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page article on Page 4! The stories this month feature:

The Science of Bird Feathers – Learn more about what makes the features most of us see when looking at birds. Also see the announcement for SIB’s July evening program.

Thanks to author Mary Wild and photographer Ed Konrad. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

SIB’s Article for the May The Seabrooker

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s May 2022 SIB article. Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page article on Page 4! The stories this month feature:

Warblers…Spring Joy for Birders – Learn about the variety of warblers seen in the spring on Seabrook Island and elsewhere. Also see an update on our Shorebird Stewards.

Thanks again to author Aija Konrad and photographer Ed Konrad. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

SIB’s Article for the April The Seabrooker

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s April 2022 SIB article. Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page article on Page 4! The stories this month feature:

What’s For Lunch? – Learn about the variety of things our local birds eat with pictures from SIB members.

Thanks again to author Ed Konrad and photographers Glen Cox, Ed Konrad, Susan Markhum, Bob Mercer, Dean Morr, Patricia Schaefer and David Woodman for their contributions this month. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

SIB’s Article for the March The Seabrooker

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s March 2022 SIB article. Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page on the left side of the centerfold! The stories this month feature:

Science on the Beach – Learn how our local citizen scientists are helping track migrating birds on our beach.

Thanks again to author Bob Mercer and photographers Ed Konrad, Bob Mercer and Mark Andrews for their contributions this month. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

Register for SIB’s Virtual Evening Program

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s February 2022 SIB article. Once again, Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page on the left side of the centerfold!

The stories this month feature:

  • Seabrook Island’s Shorebird Stewards Ready to Start 2nd Season – Learn about his exciting program starting its second year to help protect migrating shorebirds. People interested in becoming a Shorebird Steward can register here.
  • Register for SIB’s Virtual Evening Event – on February 16, 2022 at 7:00 pm. This program will feature Felicia Sanders talking about “Hemispheric Flights of Migratory Shorebirds.” Register Today!

SIB’s Shorebird Steward Program including a QR code (this Quick Response code is a bar code which will open a webpage when a phone camera is focused on it.)

Thanks to author/photographer Mark Andrews and photographer Ed Konrad for their contributions this month. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

SIB’s Article for the December The Seabrooker

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s December 2021 SIB article. Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page on the left side of the centerfold! The stories this month feature:

  • Seabrook’s Winter Birds – It’s time to welcome our wintering birds that bring new life to the winter landscape as autumn winds down. Learn about these feathered friends and let us know where you see them!
  • SIB’s Shorebird Steward Program including a QR code (this Quick Response code is a bar code which will open a webpage when a phone camera is focused on it.)

Thanks again to author Aija Konrad and photographers Ed Konrad for their contributions this month. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

SIB’s Article for the November The Seabrooker

In case you don’t receive it, or haven’t had a chance to read it yet, we hope you will enjoy The Seabrooker’s November 2021 SIB article. Seabrook Island Birders (SIB) contributed a full page on the left side of the centerfold! The stories this month feature:

  • Global Big Day – Learn how seventeen members of SIB spent the day of Saturday October 9th searching for any species of bird they could find on Seabrook Island. They found 91 different types of birds and got some great photos too!
  • SIB’s Shorebird Steward Program including a QR code (this Quick Response code is a bar code which will open a webpage when a phone camera is focused on it.)

Thanks again to author Aija Konrad and photographers Ed Konrad & Dean Morr for their contributions this month. Ed also serves as our graphic designer!

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