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Sunnier Days Ahead for Solar in South Carolina?
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Sunnier Days Ahead for Solar in South Carolina?

Audubon supports newly introduced bills in South Carolina's House and Senate that would increase access to clean, affordable solar energy.

Beidler Forest Christmas Bird Count in Review
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Beidler Forest Christmas Bird Count in Review

Results of the 10th Four Holes Swamp Christmas Bird Count include new species, but low overall numbers.

Fighting Fire With (Prescribed) Fire
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Fighting Fire With (Prescribed) Fire

Fire is a natural part of the landscape, and it is an essential part of maintaining vegetation in a way that is favorable to numerous species.

Fashion, Feathers, and Audubon
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Fashion, Feathers, and Audubon

Celebrating the surprising connections between John James Audubon, two determined Boston socialites, and the Audubon Society of South Carolina.

The Story of Crab Bank: To Be Continued...
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The Story of Crab Bank: To Be Continued...

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has yet to award the contract for the Lower Harbor portion of the Charleston Harbor deepening project, extending the final cost estimate and timeline for the restoration of Mt. Pleasant's Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary Island.

Meet the Staff: Emily Davis
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Meet the Staff: Emily Davis

Emily Davis joins the organization as guest relations coordinator and naturalist at Francis Beidler Forest Audubon Center and Sanctuary.

Reflections from the Swamp
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Reflections from the Swamp

Mike Dawson reflects on the nearly 40 years he spent working at the Audubon Center and Sanctuary at Francis Beidler Forest before retiring this fall.

Audubon South Carolina's Leadership Team is Growing
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Audubon South Carolina's Leadership Team is Growing

On behalf of Audubon South Carolina, I am very pleased to share that we have added two wonderful new leaders to our management team.

Introducing...John Jay Audubon!
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Introducing...John Jay Audubon!

Audubon South Carolina is pleased to introduce the newest member of our team: John Jay Audubon!

One Person’s Leftovers Are Another Person’s Treasure
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One Person’s Leftovers Are Another Person’s Treasure

Extra sand is an outcome of all dredging projects, and Audubon wants to use it to rebuild a vital nesting island in South Carolina.