STOKING THE FIRES OF CURIOSITY

EXPLORING THROUGH EDUCATION

Research and education are at the heart of Spring Island. Further knowledge about the special history that has taken place here is paramount to maintaining the Island and preserving it’s cultural and natural truths. To that end, Spring Island is an ecological research site to the wider community. Universities and scientific organizations conduct research here and are graciously accommodated by the Spring Island community and its Members. As research is conducted and conclusions drawn, the community is briefed on the new findings about their Island home.

RESEARCH & EDUCATION GALLERY

RECENT STUDIES

  • Prehistoric and Historic Settlement Patterns on an Isolated Sea Island Dr. Michael Trinkley, Chicora Foundation Research, 1989 – 1990
  • Songbirds as Environmental Indicators of Development Impact Dr. Chris Marsh, Executive Director, Spring Island Trust, 1993 – present
  • The Ecology of the Southeastern Fox Squirrel James Lee, University of Georgia 1998 – 2000
  • Relocation of the Fox Squirrel to Establish New Populations Guinn Senecal, University of Georgia, 1999 – 2001
  • Survivorship and Site Fidelity of the Eastern Painted Bunting Paul Sykes US Biological Survey, University of Georgia, 1999 – 2010
  • Nesting Success of Painted Buntings in Maritime and Agricultural Habitats Jay Garcia, Clemson University 2002 – 2004
  • Winter Territoriality and Ecology on the Hermit Thrush on Spring Island Dr. Peter Marra, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, 2006 – 2008

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