Below is a selection of December 2015 events at Georgia's State Parks & Historic Sites. For more programs, visit www.GaStateParks.org/events and the parks' individual web pages. More information on accommodations and recreation can be found at GeorgiaStateParks.org or 1-800-864-7275. Thank you for supporting Georgia's State Parks!
Thanksgiving wasn’t always my favorite holiday. Growing up, Christmas was always No. 1. Staying up late to watch Christmas specials on TV because there was no DVR, an endless supply of cookies and fudge, presents — what’s not to love! Fourth of July came in at No. 2 mostly because it’s also my birthday. Halloween and Easter tied for third. Thanksgiving fell somewhere between Valentine’s Day and Labor Day — in other words, I hated it. Forced to dress up, smile, and pretend to like Grandma’s “gourmet” asparagus side was a lot of fuss for little payoff ...
THE GREAT OUTDOORS — Snow is here and the ski and snowboard season is upon us.
SAVANNAH - Effective immediately Fort Pulaski National Monument has closed the Cockspur Island Lighthouse and Lighthouse Island.
Well fellow anglers and readers, last weekend took me back a couple of years like it was when I first started the dock tour.
Hello, friends and neighbors. We spotted a big one this past weekend on the dock tour.
Teachers and students across Georgia are invited to honor Georgia's wildlife and students' artistic interests by participating in the 26th annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS — Whether you’re going on an afternoon hike or a multi-day road trip, traveling with kids involves a lot more preparation than going solo. The gear requirements can be especially daunting. There are helpful items that can make the time in the car easier, make the destinations more enjoyable and even make the downtime more entertaining.
Well, hello, everyone all around this beautiful coastal area we are blessed enough to live in.
COLORADO RIVER — Judging from two popular videos on YouTube, water snakes have no problem taking on large prey. Whether or not a mid-sized snake could swallow a catfish is beside the point— what’s impressive is that they try.
While most people set new goals while ringing in the new year, fall has always been my “New Year’s Day.” It’s almost as if the change in the leaves inspires a change in me. My whole life has been spent in education in one capacity or another, and fall means fresh pink erasers, crisp new folders and a brand new wardrobe. Fall, with its promise of cooler morning temperatures and new school pictures, reinvigorates the side of me that’s been lounging by the pool in the summer heat.
SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. - Firearms deer-hunting season is underway until Jan. 10, 2016, statewide.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS — We recently asked our readers to share the strangest lures they’ve used to catch fish. Responses on the comment board included things like a balloon, a Starburst wrapper, a gummy bear and a bare hook.
Fall is prime breeding season for deer across Georgia. It's also when drivers are more likely to hit deer that run into the road, according to a new study from the University of Georgia.
Hello, friends and fellow anglers all around our beautiful Georgia coastline.
'Tis the season to eat all the foods, enjoy all the parties and indulge in all things. That’s what makes the holidays wonderful and ...
It’s not unusual for deer and other large animals to fight during the rut, as dominant males and younger contenders battle for mates and ...
THE GREAT OUTDOORS — Late summer through fall is a time of year when encounters with wildlife often increase.
I can feel the cool weather rolling in. And, friends and neighbors, I know the fish are biting from Shellman Bluff up to North Newport ...
SHELTON, Washington — Why did the salmon cross the road? In the case of this video from the Northwest, it appears that they have spawning on ...
CASTLE PINES, Colorado — What happens when a bobcat encounters a deer? That usually depends on the size of the bobcat and how hungry it is ...
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