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What is the Endangered Wildlife Fund?

Thanks to your generous support, the number of bald eagles in South Carolina has increased from 13 to over 250 nesting pairs. With the success here and in other states, the bald eagle has been removed from the Federal endangered species list. The bald eagle represents just one conservation success. There are many other species in South Carolina that are threatened or endangered. The Endangered Wildlife Fund continues to serve as a primary source of funding for the conservation of these species. Make your investment in the future - Help SCDNR keep wildlife in YOUR life.

South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Wildlife Section
P. O. Box 167
Columbia, SC 29202

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