Friday Jul 18
Lights, cameras, eagles! Skidaway gets a live-streaming eagle cam
ABOVE: Tim Sears installs the Eagle Cam to monitor the eagle's nest 75 feet over the 14th hole at the Palmetto Course at The Landings on Skidaway Island.
Chatham County in Savannah seeking your opinion on green spaces through July 25
Anyone who has ever been to an historic square in downtown Savannah can appreciate the green space left in the city, but some feel a bit left out as they see huge oaks torn down to make way for new highways cutting across once pristine marsh and the drone of traffic all night in place of the chirping of crickets and frogs.
Skidaway Institute of Oceanography takes part in global ocean sampling
To unveil a little of that mystery, scientists from more than 70 different countries gathered in their respective locations June 21 for a worldwide ocean sampling day.
Rape Crisis gets donations from bank, group
Special to the Savannah Morning News Pictured from left: Patty Frothingham, event co-chair; Kesha Gibson-Carter, executive director Rape Crisis Center; Wendy Williamson, executive director The Mediation Center; Jocelyn Li, of The Mediation Center; Sharon Grozine, event co-chair Special to the Savannah Morning News Pictured from left: Kesha ... (more)
Skidaway Institute takes part in historic worldwide ocean sampling
Karson Brandenburg/ Savannah Morning News Skidaway Institute researchers Kevin McKenzie, LaGina Frazier and Candilianne Serrano, as well as Gray's Reef Program Cooridinator Sarah Fangman participate in Ocean Sampling Day at Gray's Reef June 21, 2014.
The Florida Times-Union
Two Georgia sites among those sampled in worldwide ocean sampling day
To unveil a little of that mystery, scientists from more than 70 different countries gathered in their respective locations Saturday including a couple off Georgia for a worldwide ocean sampling day.