Have you noticed a weather station along South Beach? It is part of a beach hydrology study by the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences at UNC Wilmington. Led by Professor Doug Gamble and Assistant Professor Peter Zamora, this weather station will collect soil moisture, temperature and other pertinent weather data so it can recreate nest incubation conditions during the sea turtle season. You can view the...


Platinum Sponsor Highlight - Atlantic Realty Professionals Atlantic Realty Professionals, owned by David Berne, has been in business on Bald Head Island for over 20 years. David's father, Dr. Bill Berne, and godfather, Dr. Thad Wester, built the first two homes on BHI in 1973 and helped start the BHI Conservancy 10 years later. David remembers his father and godfather's enthusiastic commitement to educating...


How to See Sea Turtles? Mariah Cox, Communications Intern Sea Turtles begin to lay their nests on Bald Head Island in mid-May up until early-August. After a 45-70 day incubation period, the nests begin to hatch mid-July to late-September. The Bald Head Island Conservancy offers three different ways for you, your friends, and your family to view sea turtles throughout the different stages of their reproductive...