Renowned South Carolina landscape artist and climate activist finds inspiration in the Swamp, sharing scenery of hope and change.
How Audubon South Carolina and the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources leveraged the 22nd Great Backyard Bird Count to conduct a survey of Baltimore Orioles in the state
By adopting the SC Energy Freedom act, South Carolina has the opportunity to be at the forefront of our nation’s renewable energy revolution, while creating high-demand jobs, generating millions of dollars in investment, and easing the transition away from emissions-heavy energy production.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the conservation partnership that led to the protection of some of the state’s most valuable and iconic land, Dr. J. Drew Lanham shares his heartfelt reflections on the moral imperative we all share to be ethical stewards of nature.
Hundreds of people visited the Audubon Center and Sanctuary at Francis Beidler Forest on Saturday to learn the history of maroon communities — groups of people who escaped slavery by taking refuge inside swamps, including Four Holes Swamp, during the antebellum period.
At lobby day, Audubon South Carolina members take action to ensure a healthier future for the state and birds.
Audubon encourages the use of green infrastructure as a proactive solution to flood management and habitat restoration.