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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.

Return of nesting birds to Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary one step closer
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Return of nesting birds to Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary one step closer

The initiative to save Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary has taken a giant step forward with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ recent approval of the $124 million Lower Harbor contract as part of the Charleston Harbor Post 45 Deepening project.

What the Birds are Telling Us
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What the Birds Are Telling Us

South Carolina's bird species will serve as foreshadowing for the effects of a changing climate

50 bird species could vanish from SC by 2100 as global climate warms, new report suggests
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50 bird species could vanish from SC by 2100 as global climate warms, new report suggests

Nearly two-thirds of the bird species seen every day in places across the nation could be lost by the end of the century

Hummingbird bonanza fills air at Summerville SC Cypress Swamp farm
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Hummingbird bonanza fills air at Summerville SC Cypress Swamp farm

Hummingbirds are those colorful tiny birds that pull nectar from flowers like bees, flitting back and forth or hovering with their wings seemingly nonstop