A ruddy turnstone and a purple sandpiper comb rocks on Folly Beach. Both species winter along the Lowcountry coast. The Coastal Discovery Museum will present a program on shorebirds and their habits on Oct. 15, 2014.
A ruddy turnstone and a purple sandpiper comb rocks on Folly Beach. Both species winter along the Lowcountry coast. The Coastal Discovery Museum will present a program on shorebirds and their habits on Oct. 15, 2014. Staff photo
A ruddy turnstone and a purple sandpiper comb rocks on Folly Beach. Both species winter along the Lowcountry coast. The Coastal Discovery Museum will present a program on shorebirds and their habits on Oct. 15, 2014. Staff photo

Coastal Discovery Museum plans shorebird presentation Oct. 15

August 12, 2014 09:44 AM

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