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South Carolina Sierra Club
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US F&WS Proposal PDF Print E-mail
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes Endangered Status for the Northern Long-eared Bat; Listing Not Warranted for Eastern Small-footed Bat


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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to list the northern long-eared bat as endangered under the Endangered Species Act.  The Service also determined that the eastern small-footed bat does not warrant listing.

The northern long-eared bat is found across much of the eastern and north central United States, and all Canadian provinces from the Atlantic Ocean west to the southern Yukon Territory and eastern British Columbia.

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Sierra Club Launches New Our Wild America Campaign

Executive Director to Tour Public Lands as Part of Protection Effort Ramp Up

San Francisco, CA:  Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune and his family hit are hitting the road to launch the organization's new Our Wild America campaign. The campaign will build on the Sierra Club's historic work to protect nature, redoubling efforts to save America's wild places for everyone to explore and enjoy. During the two week trek across the western United States the Brune family will visit many places desperately in need of protection and talk to an array of local community leaders about how to save our wild legacy and re-energize people to go out and enjoy all our public lands have to offer.

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A Bird in Hand PDF Print E-mail
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Palmetto Pro Birders 2012

2 New Modules Added - Registration Now Open!

The goal of the Palmetto Pro Birder Program is to expose motivated citizens to the diversity of avifauna in the Palmetto State and, by that exposure, build an understanding of the importance of conserving native habitats to maintain or restore the state's avian diversity. We envision building a core of SCWF Citizen Scientists who are equipped with field ornithology skills to be competent in identifying birds by sight, sound and behavior in the field. These citizen scientists will be ambassadors for conservation and potential members and allies of SCWF and its long-standing agenda to conserve the state's wildlife, habitats and conservation heritage.

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New Forestry Practices PDF Print E-mail
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New Forest Planning Prioritizes Science, Water

Washington, DC: The Obama administration today announced new planning standards to guide how America’s 192 million acres of national forests and grassland will be used and protected in the future. The new standards follow more than 75 public meetings to gather input on how the Forest Service should update forest management for the 21st century.

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I-73 Might Be Illegal PDF Print E-mail
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I-73 work illegal, group says

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Environmentalists fighting a $2.4 billion freeway to Myrtle Beach are asking the state to stop construction of a small road project that would eventually tie into the proposed interstate.

The Southern Environmental Law Center says state and federal highway agencies are trying to jumpstart construction of Interstate 73 by moving forward illegally with upgrades along U.S. 501 and U.S. 301 near Latta.

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