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COASTAL MASTER NATURALISTS

citizen stewardship through science-based education & community service
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Upcoming with Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission – Advanced Training!

The programs at Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission will fulfill advanced training hours for the Master Naturalists requirements; and they are lots of fun! (use this link to search & sign up for programs) Coming up: Early Morning Bird Walks at Caw Caw Every Wednesday and Saturday, 8:30am-11:30am. Join us on one or more […]

CMNA Litter Sweep #2

CMNA’s own Linda Rowe is organizing a volunteer opportunity! Each month we will spend an hour or two cleaning up the lowcountry and meeting fellow master naturalists. Save the date: Tuesday, Feb 26 at 10 am-Noon as the next CMNA clean up. Recent graduate, Jack Burg, suggested a great clean-up site near the Limehouse Bridge, […]

Dolphin Count 2019

Save the date, April 27, 2019,  for this year’s Dolphin Count! Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network’s 2nd annual citizen scientist event, Dolphin Count, will bring education and science together for a fun, all ages, interactive event to raise awareness about Charleston’s resident population of bottlenose dolphins. Last year we hosted over 400 volunteer participants, 35 lead […]

CMNA Semi-Annual Meeting & Graduation Celebration – Sunday January 13th 2019 2-5pm

SAVE THE DATE now on your 2019 calendars for Sunday January 13th! Come mingle with fellow graduates of the Charleston Master Naturalist program, celebrate with the newly certified  and meet members of the Board of Directors for the Coastal Master Naturalist Association. Enjoy an afternoon surrounded by your nature tribe full of like-minded individuals! The […]

Volunteers needed for Christmas Bird Counts!

The Christmas Bird Count is a long-standing program of the National Audubon Society, with over 100 years of citizen science involvement. It is an early-winter bird census, where thousands of volunteers across the US, Canada and many countries in the Western Hemisphere, go out over a 24 hour period on one calendar day to count […]