Portions of the Folly Pier pilings will be sold as souvenirs. Proceeds will benefit the Charleston County Parks Foundation.
The new law makes it unlawful to possess, trade, sell, ship or remove native reptile and amphibian species from the state of South Carolina, including their parts, products associated with them and their eggs and offspring.
Wind patterns and pressure are two reasons Gulf Coast states have seen an abundance of tropical weather this hurricane season.
Conservation groups want the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to end the commercial harvest of horseshoe crabs on Cape Romain.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources hopes to soon get permits to grow endangered Carolina Heelsplitters.
Seven weeks remain in the 2020 hurricane season, but people shouldn't let their guards down, yet.
The Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier on Folly Beach will close Sunday. The new 1,039-foot structure is scheduled to open in spring 2023. The project will cost $14 million.
A diminishing bobcat population on Kiawah Island has led to an increase in deer.
Researchers are still working to learn more about the species’ role in nature, physiological features and genetic components.
Crab Bank renourishment work is expected to start next September and must be concluded by November 2022.