Using the Dewees Island calendar

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The new website recently added a Google calendar showing Dewees activities, such as community BBQ and golf cart parade, and Dewees meetings, such as POA and Utility meetings. You can view the calendar by going to or by going to the website and clicking on the calendar tab. (See photo below).  
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Tropical Storm Ana keeps hanging around…

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There is a storm (Tropical Storm Ana) sitting off the Carolina coast right now, and it’s actually creating some gorgeous weather conditions.  It’s also causing the ferry to sit out an occasional run, which provides island residents with either an extra hour to watch the beautiful weather from the island, or a chance to hang
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Eaglet Update: The First Step is a Doozy!

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Baby eagle on the ground On Friday, I watched the remaining young eagle* testing his wings in the wind. Facing into the gusts, he (and I really have no idea of gender, so I am going for the shorter pronoun) spread his wings and made tiny hops, stretching the wings wide. Click here to read
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Calendar of Events for Spring and Summer 2015

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There’s a pretty big line-up of summer activities scheduled for spring and summer: These are subject to change, but I wanted to get the general schedule out there.  Check back: we’ll try to post updates.  This does NOT include hospitality and nature programs.  Email me if you need things added or changed. Ladies Roundtable Coffee
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Eagle Nest Hatches

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Wednesday, the eagles tending the nest became a lot more active. Standing up, leaning down, moving things around in the nest; it seemed like something was going on. Since we normally hear chicks before we can see them, I headed over to Lake Timicau lane to see if we could hear anything. Sure enough, there
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Evening Waterway Safari

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Sunset The waterway to Dewees Island is rich in wildlife, even in the heart of winter. Reggie and I grabbed a long lens and headed out to see what we could see along the waterway. Wintering Oystercatchers, flocks of Dunlin and Dowitchers, Sandpipers and Ruddy Turnstones can be found along the banks, and loons fish
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