Facial reconstruction of Jane, a young female Jamestown colonist

   Facial reconstruction of Jane, a young female Jamestown colonist   Stephen Rouse, specialist in 3D modeling for medical applications, utilizes images from a CT scan to digitally reconstruct Jane’s splintered cranium so a 3D model of the skull can be generated. Ivan Schwartz of StudioEIS then explains how they are able to create a […]

The Fiddler Crab

                  The Fiddler Crab                   By Trish Elliott                                                              Zach McKenna, the […]

Parks and Sustainability

  Parks and Sustainability By Trish Elliott   Parks serve as valuable locations for shared community activities and public interaction. Most communities are striving to make their parks effective models of sustainability, both naturally and socially. To function as a social center, parks need to serve residents of all ages, abilities, and social status. Social […]

Ground Water is Not the Solution

  Ground Water is Not the Solution by ZZ Troutski The supply of ground water is a necessity. And when it comes to headlines being made surrounding ground water, or lack therefore, in the rivers of the western half of this nation, this necessity seems to have been forgotten about.   Trout Unlimited is an […]

St Augustine Eco Tours

  St Augustine Eco Tours   The mission of St. Augustine Eco Tours is to educate and provide an opportunity for people to experience animals in their natural habitat. Dolphins (Tursiops truncates) are one of the animals we see on over 95% of our trips and are one of the reasons SAET came into existence. […]

Teen Boys on Vacation

  Teen Boys on Vacation by Charley There are only three things that teenage boys are interested in: food, girls and sports. The order may change depending on the kid, but these pretty much sum it up. Incessant video gaming counts as sports. Food will usually take a lesser position in the hierarchy…except when they’re […]

Ecotours and Alligators

  Ecotours and Alligators By Trish Elliot   Zach McKenna, the owner and operator of St. Augustine Ecotours.com, strives to both support and expand the natural experience of witnessing nature.   Zach grew up in the marshes of Hilton Head, South Carolina, and worked as a naturalist and guide as a young man, which fueled […]

Ecotours and Alligators

  Ecotours and Alligators By Trish Elliot   Zach McKenna, the owner and operator of St. Augustine Ecotours.com, strives to both support and expand the natural experience of witnessing nature.   Zach grew up in the marshes of Hilton Head, South Carolina, and worked as a naturalist and guide as a young man, which fueled […]

Island Moose

  Island Moose This weekend while fishing one of my favorite rivers, which was high and off color, so I decided to do more hiking and photography instead. A beautiful day lots of clouds and golden stones everywhere. Fishing was a bit on the slow side anyway. As I neared the end of my hike, […]

The Birds of St. Augustine, Florida

  The Birds of St. Augustine, Florida By Trish Elliot Florida abounds with gorgeous, exotic birds, boasting of over 500 species, and is one of the most famous birdwatching destinations in the world. Some of the best sightings in Florida can be found in the St. Augustine area.   St. Augustine Ecotours have informative and […]