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Audubon South Carolina Adds Three New Towers to the State’s Growing Motus Network
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Audubon South Carolina Adds Three New Towers to the State’s Growing Motus Network

New towers at Huntington Beach State Park, Tom Yawkey Wildlife Center, and Clemson University represent crucial developments in understanding the intricate patterns of bird migration through South Carolina and the Atlantic Flyway.

Audubon Staff Participate in SC7 Events to Promote Conservation and Resilience Solutions in SC
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Audubon Staff Participate in SC7 Events to Promote Conservation and Resilience Solutions in SC

Audubon's Beidler Forest and the Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary Highlighted in Annual Tour

Mid-Season Coastal Stewardship Report
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Mid-Season Coastal Stewardship Report

Shorebird Stewards with Audubon South Carolina report for duty along the coast to protect coastal birds during their nesting and migratory seasons. Here’s what they’ve accomplished so far this year!

South Carolina’s First-Ever Statewide Resilience Plan
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South Carolina’s First-Ever Statewide Resilience Plan

This new plan prioritizes conservation to benefit birds and front-line communities.

Co-creating Inclusive Community Resilience Projects with Nature-Based Solutions
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Co-creating Inclusive Community Resilience Projects with Nature-Based Solutions

Communities around Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge

Clean Energy Opportunities Abound in South Carolina
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Clean Energy Opportunities Abound in South Carolina

South Carolina has options.

Audubon Advocates Lobby at the State House
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Audubon Advocates Lobby at the State House

Conservation and clean energy are top priorities for birds.

Nesting season has begun for coastal birds on South Carolina islands, beaches
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Nesting season has begun for coastal birds on South Carolina islands, beaches

Originally published by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources in a News Release on March 30, 2023

Migrating Together
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Migrating Together

Migrating Together is a project that connects ninth graders across international borders to learn about rufa Red Knot.