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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!

Unlocking the Mystery of South Carolina's Painted Buntings
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Unlocking the mystery of South Carolina's Painted Buntings

What you can do to keep those flying rainbows in our skies?

Oystercatchers nest on Charleston rooftop as shorebirds struggle to adapt to city life
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Oystercatchers nest on Charleston rooftop as shorebirds struggle to adapt to city life

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.

How to convert a non-birder into an enthusiast in five hours or less
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How to convert a non-birder into an enthusiast in five hours or less

10 lesson from a first-time bird count participant

A Win For South Carolina Birds and the Economy
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A Win For South Carolina Birds and the Economy

The near-unanimous passage of the Energy Freedom Act across the House and Senate is in no small part thanks to the passionate appeals of Audubon advocates like you from across the state— through phone calls and letters, emails and in-person conversations with elected officials.

A Few Thoughts On Mother's Day
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A Few Thoughts On Mother's Day

Since the dawn of humankind, parenthood has remained one of the world’s greatest enigmas, and to describe the essence of parenthood, we often turn to our avian friends for the right metaphors.

A new chapter of leadership for Audubon South Carolina’s Board of Advisors
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A new chapter of leadership for Audubon South Carolina’s Board of Advisors

Audubon SC is pleased to announce Hank W. Stallworth, Sr., will serve as 2019 Chairman of the Board

Audubon Ambassadors Push for Clean Energy in South Carolina
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Audubon Ambassadors Push for Clean Energy in South Carolina

At lobby day, Audubon South Carolina members take action to ensure a healthier future for the state and birds.

A Proposal for Heart's Work
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A Proposal for Heart's Work

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the conservation partnership that led to the protection of some of the state’s most valuable and iconic land, Dr. J. Drew Lanham shares his heartfelt reflections on the moral imperative we all share to be ethical stewards of nature.

Adding color to the South Carolina landscape: Baltimore Orioles frequent guests of the Palmetto State
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Oriole invasion: The colors of our changing climate

How Audubon South Carolina and the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources leveraged the 22nd Great Backyard Bird Count to conduct a survey of Baltimore Orioles in the state