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Georgia Wild E-Newsletter

June 12, 2013

River frog metamorphs massed in Lee County swamp. Jim Wright/Lee County

Topics in this issue include:

  • River frogs are photographed metamorphosizing en masse in a south Georgia swamp.
  • DNR uses an ancient fishing practice called "hukilau" to rescue two dolphins on Little St. Simons.
  • Why feed birds in summer? Terry W. Johnson tells you.
  • A nest box showdown between common and not-so-common ducks at Di-Lane Plantation WMA.

Read the June 12 Georgia Wild!

Check out Terry W. Johnson's "Out My Backdoor" columns, including the latest, "Summer Bird Feeding: Give It a Try."

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