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April 12, : See a snake?
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No sweat; Cottonmouth encounter; Best plant for black swallowtails; Questions trail endangered whales; Loons or gulls: Which finds the fish? May 23, : Amazing bees; Terrapin research; Season in the sandhills; Cool quail, hot message; Answers about black fox squirrels. June 20, : Loggerheads' breakout year; A champ for Georgia plants; Rare bird rebound at Silver Lake; Backyard pearls with wings; You can't keep a good raptor down.
July 26, : On a pine snake's tail; Whale rescue up close; The fly that carpenter bees fear; Mega-mom helps set sea turtle record. August 27, : Remembering a revered botanist; How to band 2, terns, and why; Plant network lands another award; Eva Persons' impact on conservation; Also: rare birds, lampreys, skunks and fyke nets.
Lane; Bluebird migration mystery; Sea turtle nesting vs. Dorian; pound alligator snapper. March 15, : Sifting the truth about birds and salt; DNR managers in Women Conservationists series; Video: great whites, other sharks vs. April 10, : Insights into cryptic spiders; Right whales' bleak winter; The good side of greenbrier; Training for monarch watchers. April 26, : Hunting hogs, helping sea turtles; head-start for rare salamanders; sad news for Tallulah Gorge falcons.
May 10, : School art aids wildlife; train to monitor monarchs; humpback trend has sad footnote; don't miss spring's dawn chorus. May 24, : New wrinkle for eagle nest checks; Teens promote plant connections; Georgia, 'Bama team up for Bat Blitz. June 6, : The hidden world of moles; Searching for nesting falcons; On the wing with whimbrels.
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August 3, : Wildlife close calls; Bat disease update; Mantis meets hummer; Feeding at the four-o'clocks. September 25, : Dark rivers, big turtles; Georgia outdoors on the ballot; Add water for more backyard wildlife; Sea turtle nesting slows, recovery continues. Meet the amphiuma. November 15, : Snakes in close quarters; Landowner spurs plant rescue; The 'why' behind white squirrels. December 20, : A biologist's longleaf legacy; Right whale sightings stir hope; If you give a nuthatch a tool; Wild ways you helped wildlife; Tiny rattlesnake, cool salamanders.
Back to Top February 24, : State's first wind scorpion; Rescued whale returns north; Warm winter and bird nesting; Photos: white sharks, gator "chin-up". March 9, : Severe weather and wildlife; Tracking another Georgia golden eagle; Updates: Tallulah falcons, fighting invasives. April 26, : Why so few right whales? May 17, : Eagle nest total soars; Endangered bee watch on; Backyard nest borrowers; Rare plant rediscovered. June 15, : On the trail of manatees; Our overlooked songbird; Wild refuge on the edge of Atlanta.
June 27, : A license-change bonus for public lands; Shadowing rare sparrows to help save them; Seen a spotted skunk? Let us know. July 14, : Working the turtle beach; Conserving Altamaha 'paradise'; White-nose syndrome survey results; How to sort out summer hummers. September 7, : The caterpillar connection; More power for mussel work; Team Tortoise bodes well for gophers. September 21, : Bird Island birds beat storm; Searching for rare darters; A trunk organizer for your 2 cents; Sorting cottonmouth fact and myth.
October 7, : Big Turtle Year seeks big snappers; Adding fall color to your yard; Renew a license plate, help wildlife. December 8, : Conserving Lee County wetlands; Thumbs up for downy woodpeckers; State's newest orchid found at Sansavilla; Berry airlift: Eagle briefly tackles big limb.
Newts! Learn About Newts and Enjoy Colorful Pictures - Look and Learn! (50+ Photos of Newts)
Back to Top February 13, : Tune into Georgia nest cams; Hot start for Rx fire season; Rescuing bats from bridgework; Coping with bird-feeder problems. February 25, : Following another Georgia golden eagle; 'Tis the season for spotting spotted turtles; Our oldest oystercatcher and how it helps scientists.
March 8, : A new way to fund nongame work nationwide; Choosing the right binoculars for you; Why Georgians are key to conserving wildlife. March 23, : Surveys explore status of rare wildlife; Tallulah Gorge prescribed fire a home run for habitat; More endangered salamanders found at Mayhaw. April 7, : Tagging and tracking right whales; The true value of redbud trees; The story behind a nest cam no-show. May 17, : More bad news for Georgia bats; Nest updates, from eagles to ospreys; All a flutter over butterfly puddle parties. June 1, : Nest boxes, north Georgia students aid hellbenders; Shadowing another group of manatees on the move; Rare glimpse of patch-nosed salamander courtship.
June 16, : Keeping track of North America's smallest falcon; Partnerships and Civil War site hold new hope for rare plant; Terry Johnson's tips for keeping your hummer feeders pest-free; Fitzgerald Herald-Leader article about rare plant conservation in south Georgia. July 7, : Snake doctors and Devil's darning needles; Study tags substitute manatees; Spring Creek's hard-shelled survivors.
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August 12, : Special turtle, special place; Bishopweed once lost, now found; A wow bird in your backyard. August 30, : Net-casting spiders found in state; Sightings expand coal skink range; New eagle-and-flag tag takes off. September 28, : National honor for plant champs; Catfish control on the lower Satilla; Why strawberry bush will steal your heart. October 13, : South Georgia's hard-shell giants; What's to like about sweetgum trees; Rare glimpses of Florida pine snakes.
November 1, : Georgia fishes on Flickr; Teamwork to restore bogs; Pitcherplants and their prey. Back to Top January 27, : Showing now: Eagle, owls and more; Contests connect youth and outdoors; report reveals nongame ups, downs; Out my backdoor: Carolinas come calling; Tax checkoff critical for Georgia wildlife. February 25, : Claxton wildlife fest expecting a crowd; Golden find: Rare eagle tracked in Georgia; Out my backdoor: Helping chickadees.
March 31, : Rare salamanders found at Mayhaw; Cams stream nesting highs, lows; Tag! Right whales were it this winter; Out my backdoor: Redbuds on parade; Flint's gator snappers slow to rebound. June 18, : Help shape State Wildlife Action Plan; Loggerheads nesting at record pace; Strange snapper is true survivor; Out my backdoor: a fine vine for hummers; Project maps manatees in Georgia. June 30, : Hangout for tagged manatees?
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July 25, : How to remove a turtle from a moat; Despite dip, wood stork nesting strong. August 13, : Hellbenders make moves, on video; Where the rare things are; Out my backdoor: A plant we love to hate. August 28, : Rehabbed eagles returned to the wild; Notch another record for loggerhead nesting; A t-shirt for your thoughts. September 18, : 50 years later, biologist returns to Ossabaw; Out my backdoor: storms vs. September 29, : Eagle shooting spurs call for public's help; Insights from summer hellbender surveys; A sticky escape for a web-bound hummer.
October 8, : Misunderstood morning glories; Fungal disease found in more snakes; Rare seabird sighting on St. October 29, : "Ambassador" sea turtle back in wild; What's truly scary about bats; Two-time turtle egg thief sentenced; Locust Grove teacher earns conservation grant.
November 15, : More Georgia aster populations found; The fascinating side of 'possums; How to make a sea turtle rescue look easy.
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December 21, : Top nongame wildlife stories from ; Right whale calving season starts with a splash; A songbird for all seasons. March 7, : White-nose syndrome on the move; Claxton fest keen on wildlife conservation; Top grades for Tallulah burn and outreach; From birding to art, contests get youth out; Snow packs pros and cons for wildlife April 7, : Slow year for endangered right whales; When ruby-throats stole our heart; Ready to go wild?
Follow us. The deer are quite tame in the Smokies since they are rarely hunted and are used to seeing people. The Cades Cove area of the Smoky Mountains teems with wildlife. It is not uncommon to see deer, bears, raccoons, skunks, squirrels, salamanders, newts, birds, and fish, all in just one day. Just down the road from Cades Cove is an out-of-the-way place that few know about.
It is called Tremont. The middle prong of the Little Pigeon River flows through this area.
In the article, I mention shooting pictures on an overcast day. The cloud cover is like shooting under a big light tent and the even light removes a great deal of the contrast from the scene. That is good, because a digital camera cannot record the huge contrast between streamers of sunlight and the darkness in the woods.
I have shot hundreds of these wonderful stream images and really enjoy looking at them.
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Plus, they sell well as fine art images. It will teach you all the tricks! It has many overlooks that view the mountains of the park.