Aija and Ed Konrad share their stories from Seabrook Island
Wildlife Biologist Dave Sandahl details his past three months banding migratory birds in the Lowcountry
Marcie and Vernon Daniels converted their Summerville home into a safe-haven and stopover site for birds, butterflies and other wildlife
The Great Lakes were once home to nearly 800 pairs of Piping Plovers. Today, about 75 nesting pairs remain in the Great Lakes population. Just 75 nesting pairs.
Audubon's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.
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!
What you can do to keep those flying rainbows in our skies?
Lately, downtown residents and visitors have noticed something unusual on the roof of a Charleston County School District office building on Calhoun Street: a pair of nesting oystercatchers.
10 lesson from a first-time bird count participant