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Birders can spend a lot of time flipping through field guides to identify different species by their pictures, but birds don’t often stand still for 20 minutes while you do so! A fun challenge is to learn to identify species by their songs and calls....

History of the Four-Leaf Clover Lots of history and superstition surrounds the four-leaf clover.  As a child, I fondly remember standing in the yard with my Dad searching for four-leaf clovers, he could spot one a mile away.  Our new office in downtown Fayetteville, Georgia has a...

Repost of Tribute to Laura Devendorf in the Coastal Courier                                "A polymath. An empath. A delighted recipient and unparalleled giver of absurd humor. A loving wife, mother, and friend. An ardent warrior for righting wrongs. A guardian of the beautiful, vulnerable, and good. A wordsmith whom...

Element Exposures    Exposure to nature’s elements is a natural, quick remedy for our mental and physical health. Here are a few listed below to take advantage of right outside your home, or at one of our local nature areas! Sunlight A variety of our bodies’ functions are...

National Bat Week: October 24 - 31, 2019 Bat Week is an international, annual celebration designed to raise awareness about the need for bat conservation. Bats are amazing creatures that are vital to the health of our natural world and economy. Although we may not always...