South Carolina Wildlife Photography


SC Wild was launched in September 2011.  The mission of this site is to provide a forum for local South Carolina wildlife photographers to share some of their favorite local area wildlife photos.

Huntington Beach State Park and Brookgreen Gardens are among the favorite spots for photographing wildlife, particularly birds.  Most of the photographs on this site come from these locations but  wildlife from other areas (including our own neighborhoods) is also featured.

The contributing photographers come from many different backgrounds and varying degrees of photographic experience but we all have one thing in common - we love photography, especially, wildlife.

NOTICE:  The photos on this site are the property of the contributing photographers and are not to be used in any way without their permission.


“Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your Heavenly Father feeds them.  Are you not much more valuable than they?” 

--- Matthew 6:26 ---

welcome to the south carolina wildlife photogrAPHY website.

Rules of Participation

If you are a local South Carolina wildlife photographer and would like to share photos on this site, please read these rules for participation.

Some of the photos indicate locations in the descriptions.  Here is a legend for some common ones:

HB = Huntington Beach State Park

BG = Brookgreen Gardens

WZ = Wacatee Zoo (non captive wildlife)

MP = Magnolia Plantation

BY = Backyard

MC = Market Commons

MI= Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk

FBF=Francis Beidler Forest

RBP=Russell Burgess Preserve N. Myrtle Beach

HSP=Heritage Shores Preserve N. Myrtle Beach

CG=Cypress Gardens Moncks Corner

VP=Vereen Park Little River


Each photographer who regularly contributes has an album called NEW THIS MONTH.  On the first of each month this album is cleared out and its contents moved to the other albums.  This folder will let you see a particular photographer’s latest contributions for photos taken within the current month so you can easily see what is currently around and being photographed.