Category Archives: Wildlife

Animal Inventory

  One of the best things you can do for the good stewardship of your property, is to provide a good habitat for the animals on your property.  You might be tempted to think there are none there when you … Continue reading

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Wax myrtle

The Wax myrtle has several different common names.  It is also commonly called Candleberry and Southern bayberry.  Commonly found on the wetlands of Georgia’s streams and ponds, its berries are an important source of winter nutrients for birds and other small animals.  … Continue reading

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Armadillos — New to our area

Armadillos are new to our area of Georgia.  Growing up in east central Georgia, we thought Armadillos were in Texas.  In recent years we knew of them in Florida, but now we see their signs everywhere.  Their infamy as roadkill … Continue reading

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Watch Your Step!

Cottonmouth or Water Moccasin It’s that time of the year.  A lot of people have asked me when do snakes come out of hibernation.  I don’t think they carry a calendar.  Whenever the temperature gets above 60 degrees Fahrenheit, I … Continue reading

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They’re Back!

Every year at this time in east central Georgia we see the influx of Robins and Cedar Waxwings.  They come to eat the fruit of the Sugarberry trees.  They congregate in large numbers around our rivers and streams waiting for … Continue reading

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