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S.C. Should Be Proud of Conservation Bank's Success
Birds In The News

S.C. Should Be Proud of Conservation Bank's Success

From sandy beaches and cypress-tupelo swamps, to longleaf pine savannas and everything in between, South Carolina’s beautiful landscapes attract visitors and businesses from around the world. Protecting and preserving these valuable spaces should be a priority for all citizens in the Palmetto State.

The Law That Protects Our Wild Birds Is Under Dire Threat
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The Law That Protects Our Wild Birds Is Under Dire Threat

The Trump administration and some members of Congress are ready to industries a free pass to kill birds with impunity by gutting the Migratory Bird Treaty Act--the nation’s most effective bird protection law.

Kids Help Protect Coastal Shorebirds
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Kids Help Protect Coastal Shorebirds

Colorful signs designed by students remind beachgoers of nesting areas

Why Drilling in the Arctic Doesn’t Add Up
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Why Drilling in the Arctic Doesn’t Add Up

By Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) and David Yarnold, President and CEO, National Audubon Society

Conservation Bank Still Important
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Conservation Bank Still Important