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August 12, 2013 11:33 AM

Wood storks are again calling the South Carolina coast home

No more than 15 years ago, it would have made a bird watcher's week to see the seldom-seen wood stork. Today, a daily siting is not unusual. That development pleases watchers, environmental agencies and wildlife experts who are happy to see wood storks -- and in large numbers -- calling the South Carolina coast home.

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