The winners of the 2019-20 South Carolina Wildlife/Hampton Fund photography contest have been announced! The top-scoring images are on display in this gallery and in the March-April issue of South Carolina Wildlife magazine.
Don’t miss the unveiling of the Jewels in the Crown art collection and commemorative essay created by John E. Davis for the May-June 2020 edition of South Carolina Wildlife magazine. Jewels in the Crown showcases the many conservation success stories of the SCDNR Wildlife Management Area and Heritage Trust programs.
Biking. Hiking. Fishing. Camping. That’s what Tucker’s childhood consisted of, and it changed his life. He encourages educators to include natural resources education during school to help students become more involved in conservation efforts.
Until Julia read these articles in SouthCarolinaWild.org, her only frame of reference for fishing was going out on her grandfather’s boat to fish off the coast. Through this summary, she spotlights stories on recreational fishing, a fisheries biologist, and how a college student bass fishing angler turned pro.
Within just a few years, Coach Thomas Cousins started a popular Outdoor Pursuits class and trophy-winning sporting clays and archery teams for the students of West Ashley High, earning statewide and national recognition.