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Crabbers Needed for a developing Diamondback Terrapin Study!!

Diamondback terrapins are the only exclusively estuarine turtle found in North American and in South Carolina, they are listed as a “high priority” species for conservation in the Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy. Dr. Michael D. Arendt, Assistant Marine Scientist at the SC Department of Natural Resources is looking to compile a list of folks that would […]

Free Workshop on Communicating about Climate Change ~ Friday September 9th 2016

Hosted by ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve and SC Department of Natural Resources, this workshop will provide a review of climate change causes and impacts and introduce participants to the elements of strategic framing of varying climate change topics. The workshop takes place from 8:30am to 12pm at the Fort Johnson Marine Research Resource Institute Indoor […]

Volunteers Needed for the Annual SC Coastal Raptor Migration Survey!!

Fall is rapidly approaching and that means one thing… Hawk Watch is back! The Center for Birds of Prey is recruiting volunteers for the annual South Carolina Coastal Raptor Migration Survey and would love your help! The survey runs September 1st through November 30th and standard observation hours are 10am-1pm, but observation beyond these hours […]

Volunteers Needed for the Bulls Bay Nature Festival ~ May 21st 2016

The Seewee Center needs volunteers for the Bulls Bay Nature Festival on May 21st. Volunteers will help with checking people in, guiding them to activities, taking photos of the activities, etc. Here is a list of the activities that are planned. BBNF Activity Descriptions 2016-Draft For more information about the festival please click this link. Volunteers should […]