Visual Conservation Stories with a focus on the Red Knot

Presented in conjunction with the Kiawah Conservancy

Kiawah’s migratory birds have arrived and they have a story to tell. Join Benjamin Clock, one of the country’s foremost  Conservation photographers, videographers, field biologists and audio recordists, to learn more about these special visitors.  Benjamin is spending part of the Spring on Kiawah documenting the island’s migrating birds and photographing and preparing a film on the Red Knots, a study of the importance of the beachfront of South Carolina as a Spring stopover on the Red Knots’ migration between southern South America and the Arctic. This is a unique and amazing visual experience.

WHERE: The Sandcastle (1 Shipwatch Road, Kiawah Island, SC 29455)
WHEN: Thursday, May 5 at 3-4pm

Please register for this Program:

Program Coordinator:  Leigh Cobb
Co-chairs of the 2021-22 OUR WORLD Committee:  David Pumphrey and Madeleine Kaye

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