Eastern hellbenders new video stars
By Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Eastern hellbenders, slippery cold water salamanders that can grow more than 2 feet long, are one of the best known, yet least seen amphibians.
That’s why it’s so unusual that a few of them have become new video stars.
The videos became available following a Georgia Department of Natural Resources hellbender survey which canvassed a G... READ MORE
Wood stork colonies continue to grow
By Buckmasters Online
Once nearly gone from the swamps in the Southeast, the wood stork has been making a comeback as wetlands are preserved and managed. In Georgia, biologists surveying nesting colonies have seen a drop from the record-setting 2,932 nests documented in 2014, but an increase over the previous two years. Wildlife biologist Tim Keyes, wood stork survey le... READ MORE