In cities like Charleston, which flooded a record 89 times in 2019, the impacts of climate change are more than just a nuisance for city dwellers.
About 660,000 cubic yards of material from the Charleston Harbor deepening project will be used to renourish the rookery, which has eroded because of weather and tides.
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources said they’re concerned by a rise in bird deaths and believe dirty feeders are to blame.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has awarded $1 million for wetland restoration on the Lower Middleton complex at Samworth Wildlife Management Area in Georgetown County.
VIP guests have been enjoying the beaches more than ever throughout recent closures: our shorebirds
Creating a roadmap for companies to transform the land surrounding new solar farms into habitat for native plants, insects and birds.
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.
A year ago, this swath of Drum Island was dredge spoils.
Audubon Study on Birds in Charleston County
Some birds flying thousands of miles north to the Arctic to breed stop on South Carolina’s beaches to refuel and rest.