Tired of being six-feet apart? Wishing you could hang with your friends? Georgia River Network is coming to the rescue! All you need to participate is a computer with camera and audio or your cell phone and this link: https://zoom.us/j/326684235
“Over 400 species of birds have been documented in the state of Georgia.” What will you see and hear in your own backyard? Watch the video here.
This issue of Indigo Magazine focuses on working landscapes and includes articles such as Life and Loss in the Longleaf Pine, Chestnuts and Rattlesnakes, Restoring Wetlands, and The South’s Phoenix. If you have been following The Orianne Society, you will recognize that some of this information is not up to date, but the core mission is the same – conserving critical ecosystems for imperiled reptiles and amphibians. This is normally a members only magazine. Read more here.
EARTH DAY 2020