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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.

Our 2018 Photo Contest Finalists
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Our 2018 Photo Contest Finalists

Here are the finalists of the 2018 Audubon South Carolina Photography Contest.

Save Crab Bank Flotilla
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Save Crab Bank Flotilla

As the deadline to raise funds to renourish Crab Bank looms large, we're taking to the water to raise awareness of this South Carolina gem. Join us on Saturday, September 30, for this family-friendly event!

From Holaniku To Crab Bank: Saving Seabird Sanctuaries (and Ourselves)
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From Holaniku To Crab Bank: Saving Seabird Sanctuaries (and Ourselves)

— Charleston Museum event will explore connections between the work of the Kure Atoll Conservancy in Hawaii and efforts to restore South Carolina's own Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary.
Education is Key to Protecting Nesting and Resting Shorebirds
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Education is Key to Protecting Nesting and Resting Shorebirds

This summer, Audubon South Carolina's Shorebird Steward volunteers worked hard to protect shorebirds by educating beachgoers on how to respectfully share the beach with nesting and resting coastal birds.

We're Hiring!
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We're Hiring!

Looking for a purpose-driven career as part of an amazing team? Look no further than Audubon South Carolina!

New easement ensures a golden future for Silver Bluff Sanctuary
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Silver Bluff Sanctuary is Permanently Protected

Thanks to a grant from the South Carolina Conservation Bank, Audubon’s Silver Bluff Sanctuary in Aiken County is now permanently protected. Free and open to the public, this 3,400-acre natural gem boasts stunning Savannah River views, 20 miles of trails, restored longleaf pine forest and ponds that attract the largest concentration of threatened Wood Storks in the Palmetto State.

Seeing the World in Blues and Golds
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Seeing the World in Blues and Golds

Lowcountry wildlife photographer Lisa A. DuBois shares her secrets for capturing inspiring photos during the golden hour at dawn or sunset, and the lesser known blue hour, which occurs just before sunset or after dawn.

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.