Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge Comprehensive Conservation Plan

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The Cape Romain NWR CCP was prepared to guide management actions and direction that best achieves the refuge purpose, attains the vision, goals and objectives developed for the refuge, and contributes to the National Wildlife Refuge System mission.

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Kevin Godsea
Raye Nilius
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Comprehensive Conservation Plan
Loggerhead sea turtle hatchling in shallow surf heading to the ocean at Cape Romain NWR
Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, extending 22 miles along the South Carolina Coast, is a rich mosaic of barrier islands with forest and ponds, vast salt marshes and intricate waterways. This diverse and dynamic system supports over 293 bird species and a myriad of other wildlife. Over fifty...
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