The January-February 2016 issue features a walk in the woods, "For Wildlife Waters" piece on palm warbler, the new Wateree River Heritage Preserve and the 2015 SCW Photo Contest winners. Enjoy this issue!
A Walk in the WoodsWe all know walking is good for what ails you, but a walk in the woods? That takes it to a whole other level..
To See or Not to SeeThese images from the 2015 SCW/Hampton Fund Photo Contest offer viewers an opportunity to experience the beauty of South Carolina's natural world as seen through the lenses of these gifted artists.
For Wildlife Watchers: Palm WarblerPalm warblers can be found in brushy thickets, weedy fields, forest edges, fence rows, savannas and dune habitat.
Trip Report - Exploring a Cypress Wetland by Kayak, 2015Take a trip among the cypress trees and ospreys in Cheraw State Park!
The Perfect Gift!South Carolina Wildlife Magazine for only $18 a year!
Palm warblers can be found in brushy thickets, weedy fields, forest edges, fence rows, savannas and dune habitat.
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