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Memorial Day weekend heralds the traditional start of the summer tourism season on beaches along the South Carolina coast, but it also presents perils for some creatures enjoying the sand: shorebirds.
Wild Birds Unlimited of Mt. Pleasant will donate a percentage of every online purchase to Audubon South Carolina.
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.
Governor Henry McMaster and First Lady Peggy McMaster recently invited Audubon South Carolina to help overhaul the mansion's gardens using native plants.
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.