Georgia Species: Wildlife Photography

Here at at Georgia Country we are a blog devoted to land and land ownership.  Any good outdoorsman must be familiar with the species indigenous to their area.  In that regard we here at Georgia Country work hard to try to catalog the various species in our region.  So as we photograph and catalog the species we’ll be posting some of photography for your viewing.  For a more complete list of all the species you can go here.  We already have a fairly solid list of wildlife in our catalog and you can view them on our website here.  The picture viewers there are the best for quickly perusing through them.

Here are some new photograghs captured by our intrepid staff member Tice yesterday.

 
Male Redwinged Blackbird
 
 
 
Female Redwinged Blackbird
Spiny Soft Shell Turtle
Eastern Mud Turtle

As we take new photgraphs we’ll post them here and them add them to our catalog on our company website at www.georgialandsales.com

 

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About Ryan Brashear

Ryan Brashear has been a licensed REALTOR® for 14 years specializing in land, farm and acreage sales in the CSRA. He is co-owner and Vice President of Brashear Realty Corporation as well as co-owner of Brashear Development Corporation. He has served as a Past President of the Greater Augusta Association of REALTORS® and is currently serving as a Vice President of the Georgia Association of REALTORS®.
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