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5:13 pm on Monday December 24, 2012

Kingfisher takeoff

Flickr user "The Suss-Man" offers a slice of captured Lowcountry life in this shot of a kingfisher taking flight near the Chattahoochee River shore.
5:50 am on Thursday May 31, 2012

Alternative art space Tivoli celebrates making it official

Inside Tivoli Studios on a Tuesday afternoon, it's hot and there's a bird flapping around in the rafters. The soft drone of oscillating fans pushes the warm air around the open space. But much more than stale breezes and displaced fledglings fill...
10:51 am on Tuesday May 29, 2012

Alternative art space Tivoli celebrates making it official

Inside Tivoli Studios on a Tuesday afternoon, it's hot and there's a bird flapping around in the rafters. The soft drone of oscillating fans pushes the warm air around the open space. But much more than stale breezes and displaced fledglings fill...
1:29 am on Thursday March 1, 2012

For 17 months, bird makes home in Charleston Piggly Wiggly

Image by Flickr user Chickens in the Trees (vns2009) Not the bird in question, but you get the idea. Back in November 2010 a small Carolina wren-like bird flew into the Meeting Street Piggly Wiggly, and for the past 17 months store employees and...
2:59 am on Wednesday January 5, 2011

A white ibis stalks in the shallows

Image by Dustin K. Ryan This white ibis is seen stocking food in the shallows near Folly Beach.
2:55 am on Tuesday July 14, 2009

C of C masters student earns fellowship, studies 'painted' birds

Image by Doug JansonImage by 20090714-bird.jpg The painted bunting is often called "the most beautiful bird in North America." After being awarded a fellowship, College of Charleston masters student Sarah Latshaw chose to study the exotic-looking...
10:41 am on Monday August 18, 2008

James Island cell calls get bump from osprey

Image by Flickr user walsh6918Image by 20080818osprey.jpg Osprey are known to have a soft spot for utility towers. One women's Verizon Wireless calls were getting dropped, thanks to an osprey that had made its nest on the cellular tower. But there's...
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