This federal Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to delist the threatened dwarf-flowered heartleaf plant native to the Carolinas.
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is growing Carolina heelsplitter mussels at the Orangeburg Mussel Conservation Center. The species is classified as endangered.
A federal program designed to conserve coastal land may add new tracts around Folly Beach and Harbor Island, including a private island that was listed for sale in recent years.
A Citadel student recently discovered new populations of Carolina birds-in-a-nest, or Macbridea caroliniana, a relative of mint with a showy pink flower that had never before been recorded in Charleston County.
Stepped-up use of farm herbicides, climate change and destruction of milkweed plants on which they depend have caused a massive decline of the orange-and-black butterflies, which long have flitted over meadows, gardens and wetlands across the U.S.
In the '70s, 1,470 clusters of red-cockaded woodpeckers were estimated living in the United States. The Wildlife Service now estimates nearly 7,800 clusters in 11 states ranging from Virginia to Texas.
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Visitors to Patriots Point can expect the submarine Clamagore to remain open for another year or so, despite talk that it might be hauled off …