Category Archives: Parks and recreation Georgia and South Carolina

On A Limb —

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Leaves of Three, let it be —

May cause skin irritation and allergic reactions Continue reading

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Century Plant with Flowering Stem —

Blooms between 8-30 years of age Continue reading

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White Ibis —

Marsh feeder at Pinckney Island Wildlife Refuge Continue reading

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Good Morning Friends

A ray of sunshine on this rainy day Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: October 26, 2018

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4 Facts About Georgia’s Batty Creatures of the Night —

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5 Steps on Finding Land to Hunt in Georgia —

Finding somewhere to hunt can be one of the hardest parts of hunting. It’s also something that can prevent new hunters from participating. There’s good news though – there’s always room on one of Georgia’s 105 wildlife management areas (WMA) … Continue reading

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Hurricane Florence Evacuees Welcome

Georgia Parks offer evacuee accommodations
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5 Dove Recipes You’ll Love — Georgia Wildlife Blog

In the South, dove hunting is a rite of passage. Opening day is more of a social event bringing together hunters and stories of the past. Every Labor Day there’s bound to be a grill somewhere in Georgia with a … Continue reading

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