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It’s WATER TRAIL WEDNESDAY!

December 7, 2016

It’s WATER TRAIL WEDNESDAY! Time for GRN’s Water Trail Tidbit of the Week ~ At least 125 species of rare or endangered plants and animals exist along the Altamaha River. Birds such as the bald eagle and swallow-tailed kite, soar above its banks. The shortnose sturgeon and the manatee swim through the Altamaha’s lazy meanders. The gopher tortoise and the eastern indigo snake coexist among its sand ridges, and the sandbars and sloughs are home to seven species of pearly mussels that live nowhere else in the world.

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