A Sunday-afternoon bird walk on Hilton Head Island, circa 1971, back row from left, Orion Hack, David Harrall, Fred Hack and Wally Butler; front row, Clara Branch, Anne Reddy, Hap Branch, Charlotte Inglesby, Billie Hack, Virginia Harrall, Nancy Butler Cathcart, Beany Newhall, Imogene Lowden and Alva Hines Cunningham.
A Sunday-afternoon bird walk on Hilton Head Island, circa 1971, back row from left, Orion Hack, David Harrall, Fred Hack and Wally Butler; front row, Clara Branch, Anne Reddy, Hap Branch, Charlotte Inglesby, Billie Hack, Virginia Harrall, Nancy Butler Cathcart, Beany Newhall, Imogene Lowden and Alva Hines Cunningham. Staff photo
A Sunday-afternoon bird walk on Hilton Head Island, circa 1971, back row from left, Orion Hack, David Harrall, Fred Hack and Wally Butler; front row, Clara Branch, Anne Reddy, Hap Branch, Charlotte Inglesby, Billie Hack, Virginia Harrall, Nancy Butler Cathcart, Beany Newhall, Imogene Lowden and Alva Hines Cunningham. Staff photo

Lowcountry birds depend on people who take time to notice

December 17, 2013 12:00 AM

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David Lauderdale writes about the people, culture, traditions and issues of the South Carolina Lowcountry.