Georgia Wild E-Newsletter


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Sept. 6, 2013

Topics in this issue include:Odd-colored barking treefrog. Jennifer Willis

  • A Nongame Conservation Section biologist coordinates Georgia's part in a new east coast-wide survey focused on shorebird populations and trends.
  • How to turn your yard into a needed stopover site for neotropical birds on the go.
  • The latest in longleaf habitat restoration grants.
  • Why this barking treefrog (right)¬†spotted in Barnesville looks so odd.

Read the Sept. 6 Georgia Wild.

Also check out Terry W. Johnson's "Out My Backdoor" columns, including the latest, "Make Your Yard a Pit Stop for Southbound Migrants."




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