The affordable and attractive event space is located in a free standing brick building with plenty of parking near beautiful downtown Charleston and is perfect for rehearsal dinners, corporate parties, graduation parties, reunions, birthday parties and more.From the mountains to the sea, homeschooled guests discovered the many wonders of our feathered friends with bird-watching, beak and feather identification, and an exclusive Birds of Prey talk.
Located just north of Charleston, South Carolina, The Center for Birds of Prey is dedicated to education, research and providing medical care for more than 600 birds a year.The Center for Birds of Prey released a bald eagle today in Awendaw, SC.
Join us Thursday through Saturday at 10:30am or 2pm for an expertly guided walking tour and awe-inspiring flight demonstration.
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Wildlife enthusiasts and artists will take over downtown Charleston this weekend for the annual Southeastern Wildlife Exposition.Founded out of an acute awareness for the need of an avian conservation center in South Carolina, the Charleston Raptor Center was formally incorporated as a 501(c)3 organization in September 1991.Wednesday, November 12 was all about birds during Homeschool Explorers Club Day at the Aquarium.
Situated on a 152-acre campus adjacent to the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge and Francis Marion National Forest, the Avian Conservation Center and the Center for Birds of Prey combine medical care for injured birds, environmental education and scientific research.Browse through available Birds in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina by aviaries, breeders and bird rescues.
Birds of Prey Foundation For over 35 years, we have helped injured and orphaned raptors recover, adjust to our modern environment, and enjoy healthy, productive, free lives.For both the amateur and professional photographer alike, there are few opportunities like Photography Day at the Center for Birds of Prey.
Charleston Magazine is you local guide for everything the low country lifestyle has to offer.The Center for Birds of Prey can be found at 4872 Seewee Road, Awendaw, SC 29429.
Ideally situated on a 152-acre campus just north of Charleston, South Carolina, the Center for Birds of Prey is dedicated to the study and welfare of birds of prey and their habitats and to engaging the public in important environmental issues that affect birds and humans alike.