Audubon South Carolina protects birds and the places they need, right here in South Carolina. We’re the state office of the National Audubon Society, which has more than one million members and a century-long track record of success. In South Carolina, we represent more than 26,000 Audubon members and supporters, nine Audubon chapters and bird club partners, two Audubon centers and 22,000 acres of land that we own and manage. Read on to learn more, and follow us on Facebook at @ScAudubon
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Audubon South Carolina volunteers plant bird-friendly gardens, protect shorebirds and seabirds, restore degraded habitat, collect scientific data, reduce their carbon footprints, and advocated for policy change to protect birds and the places they need.
Audubon South Carolina owns and managess 22,000 acres of land using bird- and climate-friendly practices. We also help partners protect and restore hundreds of thousands of additional acres of public and private lands.
Audubon South Carolina works with local, state and federal elected officials, partners and grassroots advocates throughout the state to encourage smart, pragmatic policy decisions designed to prevent habitat loss, mitigate rising seas, address a changing climate, and other challenges our feathered friends face.