-Palmetto Bluff Conservancy-

Protecting Nature and Wildlife

The Palmetto Bluff Conservancy is dedicated to increasing our understanding of the natural and cultural environment of the Lowcountry. From biological and archaeological studies by PhD-level scientists to the “citizen science” bluebird survey, the Conservancy team is actively involved in a number of research initiatives at the Bluff. Current projects include surveys of alligator, turtle, white-tailed deer and bird populations, monitoring of bald eagle nests, a study of cavity-nest use and correlation with habitat, and the analysis of artifacts from antebellum Pettigrew Plantation. Guests may participate in research, tour with the Conservancy or attend monthly lectures.

View Palmetto Bluff Conservancy 2020 calendar here.

Cavity Nest Box Research by Palmetto Bluff Conservancy
Palmetto Bluff Conservancy Showing a Baby Bird
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Wetlands Research with the Conservancy 780x292

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