Audubon's Beidler Forest and the Crab Bank Seabird Sanctuary Highlighted in Annual Tour
Bluffs overlooking Congaree National Park are being protected from development as part of a deal that will preserve 400 acres in Calhoun County just south of the 27,000-acre park, according to a state agency and two conservation organizations.
A male Painted Bunting visited a South Carolina backyard for 14 years, making him one of the oldest birds ever documented for the species.
Audubon South Carolina, Friends of Congaree Swamp, & Ducks Unlimited partner to acquire and protect Arant property overlooking Congaree National Park.
The South Carolina Office of Resilience's first-ever statewide resilience plan will guide state investment in flood mitigation and resilience projects to protect people and property in the state.