South Carolina Wildlife intern Grant McClure discusses his affinity for South Carolina’s often maligned trash fish including the longnose gar, oyster toadfish and southern stingray in this four-part anecdotal essay with illustrations by artist Duane Raver.
SCDNR Marine Education Intern Alexandra Key shares photographs of coastal organisms caught aboard the Discovery during an educational workshop exploring the Ashepoo River in South Carolina’s ACE Basin, and expresses her gratitude for the diversity of the state’s marine natural resources.
Spartanburg High School (Team A) won the 2018 South Carolina Envirothon competition held at the Sandhill Research and Education Center in Columbia in May. The group of students will now go on to represent South Carolina in July at the National Conservation Foundation’s Envirothon in Pocatello, Idaho.
South Carolina Wildlife Intern Grant McClure reflects on his first month taking pictures, writing and working for the magazine at SCDNR’s downtown Columbia office. Filled with self-deprecating humor, this internship update covers the ups, downs and learning curves of starting a new internship.
South Carolina Wildlife magazine recently joined Tom Mullikin and his son in Camden to learn how to SCUBA dive. In this special SCW Video Spotlight series, Tom and Thomas introduce us to SCUBA diving and encourage exploration.
Horry-Georgetown Technical College students Jessica Edwards and Hailey Gibbons share wildlife photography from their summer spent measuring black walnut trees in Nebraska as part of a forestry research project. Here are just a few shots they have captured for South Carolina Wild.