During the spring and summer months, the Prothonotary Warbler calls South Carolina home to feast upon insects, spiders, and snails located in and around our forested wetlands, before returning to their wintering grounds as far south as Colombia, South America.  Uncommon among warblers, it is a cavity nester, which presents us a great opportunity to help save this bird whose population has declined approximately 42% over the last 50 years.  

Join SCWF, private landowners, and corporate landowners in enhancing key breeding habitat areas with nest boxes. 100% of your donation will go towards materials to build, install, and maintain nest boxes.  Help us ensure that the "sweet" song of the Prothonotary Warbler is a sound our swamps and forested wetlands will have for generations to come.