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Bolstering resilience, rebuilding a rookery
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Bolstering resilience, rebuilding a rookery

Spend any time in the charming coastal communities of the Southeast, and you will quickly learn why so many people there feel such a close connection to wildlife.

Charleston SC island restoration shows signs of life for bird rookery
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Charleston SC island restoration shows signs of life for bird rookery

A year ago, this swath of Drum Island was dredge spoils.

Climate Impacts on Local Birds
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Climate Impacts on Local Birds

Audubon Study on Birds in Charleston County

Declining bird populations rely on Beaufort Co. beaches. Here’s how you can help them
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Declining bird populations rely on Beaufort Co. beaches. Here’s how you can help them

Some birds flying thousands of miles north to the Arctic to breed stop on South Carolina’s beaches to refuel and rest.

Silver Bluff sanctuary now features homes for endangered woodpeckers
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Silver Bluff sanctuary now features homes for endangered woodpeckers

If there are any red-cockaded woodpeckers in the area that would like to live at the Silver Bluff Audubon Center and Sanctuary, there are homes ready and waiting for them.

SC bald eagle, killed in mating season war, shipped to Colo. ‘morgue’ for carcass harvest
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SC bald eagle, killed in mating season war, shipped to Colo. ‘morgue’ for carcass harvest

The once-rarely spotted American symbol has reclaimed its place along South Carolina waterways and is now a common suburban sight.

Get to Know Charleston’s Wild Side
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Get to Know Charleston’s Wild Side

Some of the city’s best assets are the ones that have been here thousands of years

To keep solar power shining in SC, Congress should preserve solar tax credit | Opinion
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To keep solar power shining in SC, Congress should preserve solar tax credit | Opinion

By Justin Stokes and Tyson Grinstead special to The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette

Future of SC bird stopover on Charleston Harbor could be lost to development
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Future of SC bird stopover on Charleston Harbor could be lost to development

A 25-year conservation easement that protects the woods is approaching its expiration date.