Birds

For the Love of Birds

Fun, birdy ways to bring happiness
Painted Bunting Photo: 2015 Audubon Photography Awards/ Lilian Beasley
Painted Bunting Photo: 2015 Audubon Photography Awards/ Lilian Beasley
Birds

For the Love of Birds

Fun, birdy ways to bring happiness

Birds bring us happiness in so many ways—especially in trying times. Whether you're just looking for a lift, unable to enjoy the outdoors, or in desperate need of distraction, look no further than this birdy care package, from Audubon South Carolina to you.

Photo: Nolan Schillerstrom
A Note from Our Executive Director. With programs, chapters and staff throughout the state, Audubon South Carolina is carefully monitoring and adapting to the changing situation while working hard to continue protecting our birds and the habitats they need.
Photo: Alex Tomlinson
Audubon for Kids! In many ways every child is born a scientist—exploring their world, leading small experiments, asking questions, searching for answers.
Pine Warbler Photo: 2017 Audubon Photography Award/ Mark Eden
What's Matt Hearing? Beidler Center Director Matthew Johnson gives tips for birding by ear.
Rudbeckia Photo: Camila Cerea
In Bloom. Native plants are blooming in our Bird-friendly Coordinator Jennifer Tyrell's yard! Tune in as she takes you through a tour of her beautiful and bright backyard!
Birding with Jennifer Tyrrell. Photo: Staff
Birding in the Time of Corona. Birding is the perfect activity while practicing physical distancing! Handled responsibly, open space and wildlife observation might be just the balm you need right now.
Backyard Birding! Join us for digiscoping with Coastal Program Associate, Nolan Schillerstrom!
South Carolina State House Photo: Staff
Policy Corner. Audubon South Carolina Policy Director Julia Dietz speaks with our friends and fellow SC Conservation Coalition members from Coastal Conservation League and Conservation Voters of South Carolina to discuss the future of state utility Santee Cooper as we work to gain 100% clean energy commitment.