End of Year Party.  SCMNA conference May 22.  Volunteer Opportunities.
Coastal Master Naturalists

End of Year Pot Luck at Caw Caw

Come join us for our end of the year pot luck and evening walk at Caw Caw on Tuesday June 4!

Lets welcome the newest class of Coastal Master Naturalists and renew our own connections with each other and the program.  Sign up here, so we have a rough count of who's coming.

4:00 pm: Board of Directors and General Membership Meeting
5:30 pm: Pot luck dinner and evening hike

2013 SC Master Naturalist State Conference 

Thursday, May 23, 2013 - Saturday, May 25, 2013

Clemson University Outdoor Laboratory
415 Charlie White Trail 
Pendleton, South Carolina 29670

"Connecting People With Nature"
This year's conference includes a keynote by well-known SC naturalist, Rudy Mancke, a talk with humorist Ben Sill, a poster presentation about your volunteer work, conference workshops on nature journaling, salve-making and many, many field trip options (Yellow Branch Falls, Lee Falls, Clemson Experimental Forest, SC Botanical Garden, and Lake Jocassee to name a few) to keep you connecting with nature in new and interesting ways!  To register, 
download the conference brochure here.

Firefly Project needs Volunteers

Needs Volunteers.  May 30 and June 4, Click Here to learn how you can help monitor with the Firefly Watch program.

Medway Plantation Field Trip

Visit a privately owned, seldom seen plantation and important bird refuge.   We will take a tour guided by Medway’s Manager of 30+ years, Robert Hortman.  Robert is a master story teller and incredible naturalist.  You will not want to miss this unusual opportunity.  Click here to learn more and click here to sign up.

Technology Share Notes

In case you missed this workshop, you can find most of my notes here on my blog.  Carl also put together a great list of PDF field guides you can download to any platform, which you can find here on our website.

Volunteer Opportunity with SEANET
Are you interested in learning more about the marine 
environment and beaches in your area and contributing to a large, coordinated bird monitoring project?

Click here to read more on our website.

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