New trails, reopening and BUNTINGS, oh my!
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Audubon South Carolina
Beidler Forest Center & Sanctuary Newsletter Fall 2020
Photo credit: Mac Stone, Beidler Forest
Message from Matt Johnson, Center Director
Greetings from the Beidler Forest Audubon Center & Sanctuary! I hope this message finds you safe and well. 

As I checked on facilities at Beidler Forest last week, I saw a small yellow bird flit past my office window. I peeked over my desk to see what it was and caught a glimpse of a Prothonotary Warbler just before it flew off. Most Prothonotary Warblers that nested at Beidler this year have already headed south, but a few still linger in the forest. I am happy to report that our staff observed a very successful nesting season for this species in the swamp in 2020. It appears that the birds and other wildlife at Beidler are doing well, and I take comfort in knowing that their nesting and migration has continued on uninterrupted (despite all the tragedy and unrest that COVID-19 has brought to the human world).Read more
Beidler Forest. Photo: Mac Stone
Emily Davis, the new Center Manager at Beidler Forest!
Audubon South Carolina is thrilled to announce the promotion of Emily Davis to Center Manager of the Beidler Forest Audubon Center.
John Jay, Beidler's Blue Jay
Living through a pandemic with John Jay, Beidler's resident Blue Jay
Before COVID, John Jay would delight in the days of big school groups and greeting the familiar weekly boardwalkers. The past six months, we have taken frequent weekly visits to a temporarily closed Beidler Forest. 
Photo: Emily Davis
Kentucky Warbler, MAPS at Beidler Forest
The MAPS banding station at Beidler Forest, a four-year summary
Francis Beidler Forests’ MAPS station was established in 2017, which makes the breeding season of 2020 the fourth running season. As with everything in 2020, conditions weren’t ideal...
Photo: Jen Tyrrell
Get to know more about Emily Church!
Emily Church has been a part of the Beidler Forest team for almost a year and a half as the Center Assistant. A Michigan native, Emily has been a resident of South Carolina for almost 20 years 
Baltimore Oriole
Other Audubon South Carolina Highlights
Photo: Randy Barba
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