The Crest of Carolina: A photo essay
Winding earthen trails, colossal boulders and hand-hewn bridges provide a gateway into the Jocassee Gorges where geological formations, towering forests and plummeting waterfalls shelter countless plant and animal species - some yet to be discovered.
Crayfish: the Lobsters of the LowcountryWhether you call them crayfish or crawfish, crawdads or yabbies, most folks agree these little lobsters are worth the patience of plying ebony waters to catch a pot full. This Lowcountry tale takes us from swamp to table, complete with delectable crayfish recipes.
For Wildlife Watchers: Ruffed GrouseA cold-weather specialist whose winterization process starts at the bottom, with fleshy, comb-like rows of bristles called
pectinations that grow on its toes to help with walking on snow and clinging to icy branches.
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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Public Information Director Greg Lucas talks about the discovery of peregrine falcons near Jumping-off Rock in the upstate of South Carolina.
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