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​Renew your membership to attend the Members Appreciation Oyster Roaster Here online today!

RSVP for this event info@coastalwildscapes.org

CWS Members OysterRoast 2015
Open The Garden Gate to Pollinators Jan 21, 2016Register for this event today!

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“The bigger question is, what would the world be like without the monarch’s
incandescence, without the knowledge scripted in the slender volumes of it’s wings?…”

“…And what, in a world without monarchs, would set human yearning aflame?”

– Janisse Ray (A House of branches, 2010)



Members be sure to Register before December 5th and save!

‪#‎HometownHabitat‬ Coastal WildScapes joined the “Hometown Habitat” team with a gift that brought us over $56,000! www.coastalwildscapes.org “Coastal WildScapes is focused on protecting existing native habitats, rebuilding the connectivity of impaired habitats and minimizing the future fragmentation of the coastal Georgia landscape. We feel that supporting this project will greatly increase delivering this message to a greater audience. There is no better advocate for creating Hometown Habitat than Doug Tallamy.” Many Thanks CWS! Support HH at www.themeadowproject.com

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CWS 2015 EVENTS v4watermark Thanks for all the support at our annual fundraiser!To see images from this year’s Starlight and Spartina click on the image below. 
Thanks for all the support at our annual fundraiser!





Habitat Certification


Learn about how to create wildlife habitat in your home landscape with the Coastal Wildscapes Habitat Certification Program. Certified landscapes are awarded a beautiful Birdhouse with the CWS logo. Application is open to CWS members. Freya Zipperer is our first Certificate Awardee.

To see images of her landscape click here.

LEARN MORE about this program.


 Cay Creek Wetlands

Cay Creek Sign Entrance

Cay Cay Creek Wetlands Park is a great place to educate people of all ages. School groups, Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts, church groups, Boys’ and Girls’ clubs, home school groups, and the general public can use this space for structured excursions.

Cay Creek teaching materials and park information click here.