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Asking humanity to consider its impact on nature
Josh and Austin
Kershaw County naturalists Austin Jenkins (left) and Josh Arrants will be part of The Lost Bird Project, a film and panel discussion in Columbia on May 31. Here, Jenkins and Arrants lead a nature walk for the Kershaw Conservation District at Mulberry Plantation. A similar event will take place this year at Savage Bay and Goodale State Park, both in Kershaw County, on June 7. - photo by Provided by Josh Arrants
Two Kershaw County naturalists, Josh Arrants and Austin Jenkins, will join forces with conservation photographer Clay Bolt, forest wildlife ecologist Drew Lanham and renowned South Carolina naturalist Rudy Mancke for a screening and panel discussion of the film The Lost Bird Project, May 31. Arrants, Bolt, Lanham and Mancke will be part of the panel; Jenkins will serve as moderator. The event takes place at the IT-oLogy Auditorium, 1301 Gervais St. in Columbia, and will begin with a reception at 6 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person and include hors d’ouevres, beer and wine and are available at