Georgia Fishing Report: December 2, 2022 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

Time to pull out all the cold weather gear and keep it handy in case I have a chance to get outdoors and throw out a line or two. A stocking hat and gloves make those adventures a little easier to enjoy.   NEWS TO KNOW: Electrofishing Sampling: Fisheries Management staff with the Coastal Region completed…

Georgia Fishing Report: December 2, 2022 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Girl Scout First Headquarters, Savannah — Vanishing Georgia: Photographs by Brian Brown

The Andrew Low Carriage House*, at 330 Drayton Street, was the site of the first meeting of the troop of eighteen Girl Guides who would soon come to be known as the Girl Scouts. Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon was born into an influential Savannah family on 31 October 1860. Her grandfather was the first president […]

Girl Scout First Headquarters, Savannah — Vanishing Georgia: Photographs by Brian Brown
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Celebrating Holiday Dapper Days 2022 at Disney World — Our Magical Disney Moments

Mickey looking very fine in his red and white holiday suit! 2022 Holiday Dapper Days HOLIDAY OUTING, DECEMBER 10 + 11 2022 Dress up a little, or a lot! Celebrate fun, refined style from vintage classics to chic, contemporary looks! Active and retired service members are encouraged to wear your dress uniforms if you like. […]

Celebrating Holiday Dapper Days 2022 at Disney World — Our Magical Disney Moments
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Georgia Fishing Report: October 28, 2022 —

Are you brave enough to do some night fishing anywhere this spooookkkkyyy weekend? We hope that whatever fishing you are able to do, that it brings only treats (pan-sized, preferably) and no tricks! NEWS TO KNOW Smallmouth Stocking: Lake Blue Ridge was stocked with 3,812 smallmouth bass produced at the Go Fish Education Center. The…

Georgia Fishing Report: October 28, 2022 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Blizzard Beach is Reopening November 13th with New ‘Frozen’ Additions —

*** Reopening November 13th After a long Covid shutdown this year with only Typhoon Lagoon open due to lifeguard shortages, Disney World just announced that Blizzard Beach will reopen on November 13th with new additions from the Frozen franchise. Here’s their announcement: It’s a ski-riffic time at Walt Disney World Resort as Disney’s Blizzard Beach […]

Blizzard Beach is Reopening November 13th with New ‘Frozen’ Additions — Our Magical Disney Moments
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Georgia Fishing Report: October 14, 2022 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

Missing that warm weather fishing? You might need to hit the water this weekend to enjoy a few projected warmer afternoons. After that, looks like temps will take a dip down the Fahrenheit scale. Either way, a day out on the water is better than a day at the office, am I right?  NEWS TO…

Georgia Fishing Report: October 14, 2022 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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What Happens to all the Animals at Disney’s Animal Kingdom During Hurricanes? —

Sept 27, 2022: Hurricane watches are up for the west coast of Florida. Many guests are wondering with the approaching Category 4 Hurricane Ian what Disney Parks does with the inhabitants of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s is home to some 1,700 animals representing 250 different species throughout the 500-acre park. That’s a lot of […]

What Happens to all the Animals at Disney’s Animal Kingdom During Hurricanes? — Our Magical Disney Moments
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Georgia Fishing Report: September 16, 2022 —

ONE week from tomorrow is a day worthy of a celebration. Each day, millions of Americans work to conserve and improve our natural resources—they are America’s hunters and anglers. That’s YOU! The U.S. Congress and President Nixon established National Hunting and Fishing Day in 1972 to recognize these generations of hunters and anglers for the…

Georgia Fishing Report: September 16, 2022 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Georgia Fishing Report: September 9, 2022 —

Did you feel that “hint” of coolness in the air this morning? Could it be that the sweltering heat of summer is fading into fall? Maybe! That little bit of a temperature break might be all you need to make a fishing trip last just a little longer into the day. Let’s roll, or REEL,…

Georgia Fishing Report: September 9, 2022 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Georgia Fishing Report: September 2, 2022 —

Have you got Labor Day holiday weekend plans? Do we even have to ask if those plans include fishing? Of course they do – and we have the fresh fishing reports to help you reel’em in and fill that cooler! NEWS TO KNOW: National Hunting and Fishing Day is Sat. Sept. 24: Make plans to…

Georgia Fishing Report: September 2, 2022 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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