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These threatened birds are raising chicks on Morris Island. Will this be the year they survive?

The endangered Least Tern hasn't had much success on Morris Island in the past, conservationists partners are hoping this year will be different

Commentary: Declining red knots need our help
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Commentary: Declining red knots need our help

Nolan Schillerstrom discusses the decline of Red Knots and their dependence on Horse Shoe Crabs, a species used in the medical industry.

Audubon S.C. reminds beachgoers to be aware of beach birds this weekend
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Audubon S.C. reminds beachgoers to be aware of beach birds this weekend

Be mindful this holiday weekend when you're at the beach, we need to share the shore!

Dominion Energy Donates $1.5M to Environmental Education and Stewardship Initiatives
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Dominion Energy Donates $1.5M to Environmental Education and Stewardship Initiatives

The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation recently awarded $1.5 million in environmental stewardship grants to support 115 community-based organizations in 10 states working to create a cleaner, greener world and teach citizens young and old to better care for the outdoors.

Swamp used by freedom-seekers recognized on Underground Railroad list
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Swamp used by freedom-seekers recognized on Underground Railroad list

Beidler Forest Audubon Center is now recognized as part of the National Park Service’s Underground Railroad Network to Freedom.

Dominion Energy, Audubon South Carolina collaborate to install wildlife tracking towers
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Dominion Energy, Audubon South Carolina collaborate to install wildlife tracking towers

The tower installations are to support migratory bird research and protection throughout the state.

Commentary: Restored Crab Bank is good for the Lowcountry, all of SC
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Commentary: Restored Crab Bank is good for the Lowcountry, all of SC

Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary’s restoration is complete. So what does this mean for the Lowcountry?

Research at Beidler Forest plans to assess climate change over the years
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Research at Beidler Forest plans to assess climate change over the years

What can we learn over the last 40 years as the climate has changed and how it is reflected in the growth rings in the trees?

Wood storks taking over Silver Bluff Audubon Center and Sanctuary
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Wood storks taking over Silver Bluff Audubon Center and Sanctuary

A new bird blind was recently installed at the wood stork pond making it a perfect spot to take pictures and watch hundreds of wading birds.