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Motus Towers: A new way to use older technology to understand migration
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Motus Towers: A new way to use older technology to effectively track the migration of wildlife

How can we look at migration routes in real-time without satellite transmitters and without having to recapture the units? By using old fashioned radio telemetry!

2021 Legislative Session Wraps with Major Policy Wins for Birds and People
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2021 Legislative Session Wraps with Major Policy Wins for Birds and People

Audubon South Carolina celebrates progress on pragmatic conservation policies that protect birds and the places they need

Birds Bring Life to South Carolina
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Birds Bring Life to South Carolina

And South Carolina is Critical to the Lives of Many Birds

Staff Spotlight: Aaron Angel
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Staff Spotlight: Aaron Angel

Check out our Q & A with Aaron, Beidler's Seasonal Bird Conservation Technician!

The spring return of Prothonotary Warblers to Beidler Forest
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The spring return of Prothonotary Warblers to Beidler Forest

Did you participate in our Prothonotary Warbler return date contest? We have a date and a winner!

Species Spotlight: Pine Siskin
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Species Spotlight: Pine Siskin

Come see the Pine Siskins for yourself at Beidler's Grassland-Woodland Trails!

Staff Spotlight: Maggie Kalergis
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Staff Spotlight: Maggie Kalergis

Welcome Audubon South Carolina’s new Development Manager, Maggie Kalergis!

Prothonotary Warblers: FAQs and First Sighting Contest
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Prothonotary Warblers: FAQs and First Sighting Contest

With the spring season right around the corner, migration is fast approaching. And with spring migration, comes the return of Prothonotary Warblers to the swamp!

Berkeley County is home to some of the Lowcountry's most magnificent natural resources
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Berkeley County is home to some of the Lowcountry's most magnificent natural resources

Together with partners including the Coastal Conservation League, Audubon is working on a proposed vision for Berkeley County.