Wild Birds of South Carolina

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Keep Bird Feeders Clean and Backyard Birds Safe.

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    Keep Bird Feeders Clean and Backyard Birds Safe.

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    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Migratory Birds: A Brief Conservation History

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    Red-cockaded Woodpecker - The cockade is a small red area located behind the eye on males and is rarely seen. A more obvious characteristic to look for is the large white cheek patch, which does not occur on other woodpecker species found in the southeast.

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    WATCH FOX 57 South Carolina DNR and South Carolina Electric & Gas provide a Purple Martin Bird Sanctuary located on a small island on Lake Murray.

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    The Black Skimmer is a seabird that regularly nests in South Carolina.