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Georgia Wild E-Newsletter

Dec. 20, 2013


Right whale 3503 (Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission/NMFS research permit No. 15488)

Topics in this issue include:

  • As North Atlantic right whales return to southeastern waters for the 2013-2014 calving season, scientists are watching a ship-scarred whale called Caterpillar, and hoping for her best.
  • Winter can bring some unexpected birds to your feeders (and here are some tips on how to attract them).
  • Plus: Dolphin disease confirmed in Georgia as strandings increase, how mussels fish, Panola Mountain grassland birds and the new Altamaha River app.

Read the Dec. 20 Georgia Wild.

Also check out Terry W. Johnson's "Out My Backdoor" columns, including the latest, "Unusual Backyard Visitors."

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