Fripp Audubon Club
to the Fripp Audubon Club Web Page.
Our club goal is to provide the
opportunities for study, observation, and conservation of the
flora and fauna of the South Carolina
All of our programs are open to
The Fripp Island Audubon Club was created in
1978 by island resident Dixie Winter who
formed the club and organized
local and overnight club trips.
swallow-tailed kite is one of the rarest birds that is not federally
protected. To report swallow-tailed kite sightings this spring or
summer, call (866) 971-7474 or link to the STKI Report form at the
center for birds of prey Reports can also be mailed to The Center for Birds of Prey, P.O. Box 1247, Charleston, SC 29402.
Island Audubon Club
199 Tarpon Boulevard
Fripp Island, South Carolina 29920
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