SAVANNAH - Ogeechee Riverkeeper will present "At Waters Edge!," the 2013 annual awards gala, on Feb. 23 at Fort McAllister State Park.
Howdy, friends and neighbors. I hope the folks who had a three-day weekend really enjoyed it.
SAVANNAH - Researchers who monitor endangered right whales off the Atlantic coast are celebrating after spotting newborn calves belonging to three whales that years ago had to be rescued from entanglement in fishing gear.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - Hunter-education graduates can "give it a shot" with a free three-month pass to any of the 18 Department of Natural Resources shooting ranges in Georgia.
Hello, friends and fellow anglers. Hope all in well in your world. I would like to wish a belated Happy New Year to everyone.
Hello, friends! Much has been written about sunrises and sunsets. Many people will argue about which the most beautiful is. I suppose your preference might depend on which area of the country you're from. The folks who live in places like Key West get the best of both worlds. However, here on the South Georgia coast, we get gorgeous sunrises and of the two, it is my preference.
FLOYD - Berry College is giving the public a chance to view its pair of bald eagles up close.
SAVANNAH - A judge says a Georgia commission violated state rules protecting coastal marshes when it granted a permit for a new marina near Savannah without requiring proof the boat docks were needed.
AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. - Florida wildlife officials say they've spotted the first mothers and calves of the right whale calving season.
Quail hunting season is under way, and the 2012-13 forecast looks good, particularly in south and east Georgia.
Hello, everyone. Sorry I missed you last weekend. I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving.
Hello, friends and neighbors. Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving.
Until the "big dam" was built across Tallulah Gorge in 1913, people flocked from Atlanta and other Southern cities to stand on its nearly 1,000-foot high cliffs to see and listen to the rushing waters below, according to West Malenke, interpretive ranger at Tallulah Gorge State Park.
Georgia's leading water-protection group recently named its "Dirty Dozen" for 2012, exposing the worst offenses to Georgia's water. The sites range from an unnecessary reservoir in northeast Georgia to a tire dump in southwest Georgia.
Well, friends, the weather cooled off a little this past week, but that did not stop the fish from biting.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - Georgians have the chance to win a lifetime hunting-and-fishing license in the next edition of the Lifetime License Contest sponsored by the Georgia Natural Resources Foundation.
Acclaimed photographer John Reed will present his End of Summer Nature Photography Workshop on Sept. 13-14 at Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge near Folkston.
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