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Rep. Mark Sandford receives Audubon’s Conservation Hero Award
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Rep. Mark Sandford receives Audubon’s Conservation Hero Award

The Conservation Hero Award recognizes members of Congress and other political leaders who demonstrate a commitment to conserving the natural spaces that birds depend on.

A Season of Growth
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A Season of Growth

After learning about the importance of bird-friendly landscaping and the joys of birding, science students at Ashley Hall School in Charleston put their newfound interest to work—literally—and then surprised Audubon South Carolina with a generous donation in support of Bird Friendly Communities.

A Salute to the Band
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A Salute to the Band

For two years, Audubon South Carolina has participated in MAPS, or Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship, a program that enlists individuals and organizations from across the continent to track and collect data on birds in their communities.

Birds Come out on Top at the SC Statehouse
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Birds Come Out on Top at the SC Statehouse

The South Carolina Conservation Bank survives, Solar Habitat Act creates bird-friendly guidelines for solar developers, and SC Native Plant Week promotes the many benefits of indigenous plants.

Eggs to Egrets
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Eggs to Egrets

Craig Marsh shares his story and amazing photos of two young egrets born on Harbor Island, South Carolina.

More Than a Hobby: Bird Feeding Connects People, Helps Wildlife
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More Than a Hobby: Bird Feeding Connects People, Helps Wildlife

Wild Birds Unlimited of Mt. Pleasant will donate a percentage of every online purchase to Audubon South Carolina.

Geolocators Provide Clues About Prothonotary Warblers, and How to Protect Them
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Geolocators Provide Clues About Prothonotary Warblers, and How to Protect Them

In July of 2014, Audubon South Carolina's Director of Bird Conservation & Engagement netted and banded a Prothonotary Warbler—dubbed Longshot—in Francis Beidler Forest. From this little bird and others like him, we are learning more about the Prothonotary Warbler's migratory journey, and how best to protect it along the way.

South Carolina's Governor's Mansion Just Got a Lot More Bird-Friendly
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South Carolina's Governor's Mansion Just Got a Lot More Bird-Friendly

Governor Henry McMaster and First Lady Peggy McMaster recently invited Audubon South Carolina to help overhaul the mansion's gardens using native plants.

Conservation Lobby Day
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Conservation Lobby Day

Here's what it was like to travel to Columbia with dozens of citizen advocates to ask our legislators to protect birds and the places they need.

A Great Leap Forward for Solar Habitats
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A Great Leap Forward for Solar Habitats

This Audubon-inspired bill promises a brighter future for birds, bees, farmers, and everyone else in South Carolina.