Is your stream impacting Hellbenders?
Some areas in Western North Carolina provide a haven for imperiled Eastern Hellbenders with large populations scattered about the region; however, this giant salamander is declining across its range and…Read More
Trip Report: Sam’s Gap – August 6, 2018
Wild South staff and three dedicated citizen scientists arrived at the surprisingly crowded trailhead just off I-26 for the Appalachian Trail at 8:30. We were all eager to get onto…Read More
Welcome, 2018 Interns!
Wild South is committed to training the next generation of conservationists and each year we bring on interns to help them gain experience in the field of conservation that will…Read More
Spring Drive is Here!
When you support Wild South, you are protecting the wild places and wildlife across the South. From preserving cultural heritage in North Carolina to maintaining trails in the Alabama wilderness…your…Read More
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Your purchase shows your pride in what we do and your support is incredible! Wild South is the voice of our public lands and…Read More
Volunteer – Asheville Earth Day Hosted by Wild South and Moogfest
Getting ACTIVE in North Carolina with Wild South We are proud to again host Asheville Earth Day, this year including “Earth Week” with area cleanups and other service events that…Read More
Wild South Awarded Grant to Partner with Cherokee Preservation Foundation
March 27, 2014 Cherokee One Feather We are proud and honored to once again partner with the Cherokee Preservation Foundation to finalize projects placing 85,000 tribal records into EBCI…Read More
Red Hills Salamander
Red Hills Salamander (Phaeognathus hubrichti) The Red Hills Salamander is a really large terrestrial salamander – about 10 inches long! They are a brownish gray color and were not…Read More
French Broad Brewing Donates Tasting Room Sales
Halloween Week, October 28-November 2, 2013 , French Broad Brewing Co will donate Tasting Room sales to Wild South to protect wild places and wild things! French Broad Brewing Co.…Read More
Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) by Cherie Southwick Think you are “in-tune” with nature? Well, if you’ve heard the sweet songs of the Carolina wren, you might just be.…Read More