WITH DAWN BRUT, OF THE COASTAL DISCOVERY MUSEUM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 – 10:30AM -11 :45AM
BEACH ROAD GAZEBO ENTRANCE TO BLOODY POINT BEACH
Join Dawn Brut, Coastal Discovery Museum Naturalist, on a nature tour of the wonders and creatures that inhabit our local beaches on Daufuskie. Ever wonder who lives in those little holes in the sand? Or, when sea turtles come ashore to nest? Learn about the horseshoe crabs that have been lurking in our coastal waters for millions of years. Learn about how our beaches are formed and changed with each cycle of the tide.
Dawn is the Curator of Education at the Coastal Discovery Museum. She has a Secondary Biology Teacher Certification and a degree in Biology and Art from Thiel College in Pennsylvania. Originally from Pittsburgh, Dawn has lived in North and South Carolina since 2004 and has presented many naturalist programs here on Daufuskie. Dawn joined the staff at Coastal Discover Museum in 2013 and is responsible for coordinating and leading educational experiences focused on the low country’s natural history and cultural heritage.
Come explore our ever-changing marine environment. The tour is limited to twenty-two adults. The group will meet at the Beach Road Gazebo entrance to the Bloody Point Beach.
Please contact Cathy Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation as soon as possible to reserve your spot.