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2022 Legislative Session Results in Significant Investments for Birds and People
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2022 Legislative Session Results in Significant Investments for Birds and People

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

Walk the Waterline, Folly Beach's Human Disturbance Campaign
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Walk the Waterline, Folly Beach's Human Disturbance Campaign

Folly Beach's Lighthouse Inlet features a temporary art installation to help protect shorebirds.

Audubon advocates bring birds to the statehouse
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Audubon advocates bring birds to the statehouse

For the first time since 2019, conservationists and advocates from across the state came together for the SCCC Lobby Day.

Crab Bank celebrated as success story for future coastal restoration and resilience projects in SC
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Crab Bank celebrated as success story for future coastal restoration and resilience projects in SC

Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary is back and bigger than ever.

South Carolina's Leaders Prioritize Conservation
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South Carolina's Leaders Prioritize Conservation

A few weeks ago, South Carolina’s top elected leaders made it clear that conservation and land preservation is a priority, and it should be the stated policy in South Carolina.

South Carolina Conservation Coalition Hosts Annual Senate Briefing
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South Carolina Conservation Coalition Hosts Annual Senate Briefing

On Jan. 19 the South Carolina Conservation Coalition (SCCC) hosted it's annual Senate briefing to share with elected officials the Coalition’s legislative priorities for the 2022 session.

Understanding the Value of Our Coasts
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Understanding the Value of Our Coasts

The beauty and allure of South Carolina’s coasts are undeniable...they're also a significant contributor to the the state's $24.4 billion tourism industry.

Birds and Brews Across South Carolina
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Birds and Brews Across South Carolina

At Audubon we most often meet with our members in parks, nature centers, and beaches to observe and protect the birds we all love. But this fall, we brought the Audubon flock together somewhere a little different: local breweries across South Carolina for our “Birds and Brews” event series.

South Carolinians Come Together for Birds and the Places They Need
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South Carolinians Come Together for Birds and the Places They Need

In South Carolina, life in the outdoors and among birds in nature is a central component of communities and our quality of life.