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Red Knots

Red Knots have become a species of special concern in recent years as their numbers have dropped significantly.  A variety of researchers have placed unique alphnumeric flags on these birds to gather more information on migration patterns and survival.  Town Biologists conduct periodic surveys for red knots on the island and report flag combinations to aid in this research.  Town Biologists have logged more than 300 individual flagged red knot resightings.  Biologists also assist SCDNR and other natural resource agencies with cannon net captures.

Michael Gamble

WILDLIFE AND OUTREACH TECHNICIAN

mgamble@kiawahisland.org

Michael Gamble joined the Wildlife Department in 2024.  He will assist Town biologists with research projects, wildlife outreach and education, wildlife nuisance complaints, and data gathering and reporting. Michael is originally from Charleston, SC. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology from the College of Charleston and is currently working towards his Master of Science degree in wildlife biology at Louisiana State University. He has worked as an assistant on several avian and passerine migration ecology projects, including at the Kiawah Island Banding Station.

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