South Carolina's bird species will serve as foreshadowing for the effects of a changing climate
Nearly two-thirds of the bird species seen every day in places across the nation could be lost by the end of the century
Hummingbirds are those colorful tiny birds that pull nectar from flowers like bees, flitting back and forth or hovering with their wings seemingly nonstop
In a remote area of Jackson lies one of Aiken County's greatest treasures – a 3,400-acre sanctuary that's as rich in wildlife as it is in history.
Audubon's Silver Bluff Center and Sanctuary is fundraising for a public project to help accommodate the increasingly large number of school children that visit the site each year.
The American Oystercatcher chicks have struggled in an urban environment in all three years, and their parents’ selection of a rooftop shows the pressures on their natural habitat.
Without his voice of reason and perseverance, South Carolinians would still be lacking a much-needed, comprehensive energy reform policy.
A new study shows that almost the entire population winters in a region with rampant deforestation—a finding that could help target conservation.
As the sponsor of the S.C. Energy Freedom Act, Rep. McCoy was instrumental in guiding the legislation through the House committee process and securing its unanimous passage of the bill on the House floor.
Shorebirds, in general, have declined heavily over the last 40 years – by 70% in North America.