In 1994, The Landings Association created a wildlife management program where the U.S. Department of Agriculture (APHIS) provided one ¾ time Wildlife Biologist to remove and manage state and federally protected species such as deer, feral hogs, vultures, and numerous species of migratory birds.
Since the program’s inception 24 years ago, the USDA Wildlife Biologist has removed an annual average of 115 deer and 70 other offending species from The Landings Association’s property.
The Landings, like many other planned residential communities, has Covenants and Rules and Regulations in place to protect property values, maintain uniformity, and ensure the beauty and security expected by homeowners remain top quality.
The holidays are just around the corner, and that means lots of dinners and parties with family and friends. If you are looking for the perfect location to host your holiday event, then look no further than Delegal Creek Marina’s Sunset Pavilion!
Tucked away on the south end of The Landings at Delegal Creek Marina, the Sunset Pavilion is perhaps one of the island’s best kept little treasures. Available to all Landings residents on a fee-for-usage basis, it is a great place for birthday parties, wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, or any other get-togethers.
Diamondback Terrapins were the subject on September 14 of the Skidaway Chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association’s (CCA) latest youth nature education program, with the Diamondback Terrapin Team from Skidaway Audubon.
It’s time to dig out your lederhosen and dust off your beer steins! The Skidaway Island Boating Club (SIBC), along with Carefree Boat Club and the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) Skidaway Chapter, will host an Oktoberfest October 24 at Landings Harbor Marina from 5 to 7 p.m.
Did you know that you can register on Chatham County’s website to receive notifications from Mosquito Control for when they will be treating your area or send a service request that your area needs treatment?