S.C. Department of Natural Resources articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2014/10/29 04:24
2014/10/29 04:24
2d
Nine wood stork colonies in Beaufort County and one in Jasper County helped wading birds achieve a record-high nesting year in South Carolina. This year, 2,501 stork nests were counted statewide, far...
2014/10/29 04:24
2014/10/29 04:24
Latest videos
2014/10/28 19:58
2014/10/28 19:58
3d
KERSHAW Plans for the largest open pit gold mine in South Carolina history, slated for a rural area in Lancaster County, received approval Tuesday from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers after three...
2014/10/22 02:55
2014/10/22 02:55
9d
CHARLOTTE, NC (Steve Lyttle/The Charlotte Observer) - Deer hormones are rising, temperatures are falling, and your chance of crashing into a deer is climbing in the Carolinas this time of year. Law...
2014/10/21 21:58
2014/10/21 21:58
9d
Deer hormones are rising, temperatures are falling, and your chance of crashing into a deer is climbing in the Carolinas this time of year. Law enforcement officers had to deal with at least a...
2014/10/19 04:23
2014/10/19 04:23
12d
This year’s wild gobbler harvest came up short, compared to last year. In fact, hunters took home 15 percent fewer turkeys — 16,248 birds. That made this year’s harvest 36 percent lower than the...
2014/10/19 03:48
2014/10/19 03:48
12d
Some toys still remain on the graves of Alex and Michael Smith 20 years later. The boys were buried together in Bogansville United Methodist...GoUpstate.comOctober 18, 2014 10:42 PM UNION — Twenty...
2014/10/14 14:06
2014/10/14 14:06
17d
This year’s wild gobbler harvest came up short, compared to last year. In fact, hunters took home 15 percent fewer turkeys - 16,248 birds. That made this year’s harvest 36 percent lower than the...
2014/10/05 00:06
2014/10/05 00:06
26d
Georgia’s governor and the Army Corps of Engineers will ink an important agreement Wednesday that will trigger major changes along the Savannah River – and one of the first ones will include...
2014/09/26 07:48
2014/09/26 07:48
m
Tammy Wactor, a wildlife biologist with S.C. Department of Natural Resources, said Monday afternoon it was probably a single bear roaming downtown in search of food. “He's not wanting to be in...
2014/09/26 02:23
2014/09/26 02:23
m
Bluffton officials say they are “cautiously optimistic,” following the state’s decision that shellfish harvesting can resume on a portion of the May River that has been restricted since 2009. The...
2014/10/29 04:24
2014/10/29 04:24
Latest from Twitter