“Francis Marion National Forest’s (red-cockaded woodpeckers) population is very healthy ... but it’s only one good hurricane away from being very unhealthy,” said Tim Evans, director of land conservation at Audubon South Carolina
South Carolina Ports awarded $252,500 in grants to 90 community organizations and nonprofits throughout South Carolina through its fiscal year 2023 Community Giving Program.
Birds are in decline, and there are things that you as an individual, can do about it!
The Restoring America's Wildlife Act is a massive bipartisan effort to help species at risk.
A grant from Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation will soon make it easier for birders and scientists to track migratory species as they fly across the Palmetto State.
A restoration project that is now a dream come true, Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary is home to nesting seabirds once again.
Motus Wildlife Tracking towers are unraveling the mysteries of migration, and telling scientists how we can all help the birds.
Audubon's Silver Bluff Center and Sanctuary is a massive, 3,400-acre natural paradise overlooking the Savannah River that makes for an epic outdoor adventure.
Located at the confluence of the Waccamaw and Pee Dee rivers, Bucksport is a small port town facing big problems.
The group RepublicEN works to encourage conservative law makers to work on climate solutions