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Sept. 12, 2012

Red-cockaded woodpecker at Fort StewartTopics in this issue include:
  • Fort Stewart reaches a red-cockaded woodpecker recovery goal.
  • Georgia and other states team with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to conserve gopher tortoises.
  • The wildflower more gardeners are notice of.
  • Plus: Nongame news from updates on wildlife-watching economics and flathead catfish, to native plantings at Panola Mountain and bald eagle impacts on recovering cormorants.
Read the Sept. 12 Georgia Wild here.
You'll find Terry W. Johnson's "Out My Backdoor" columns, including the latest, "Ironweed: a Native Beauty," here.


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