This Photo Gallery displays our favorite images from our trip to Crockford/Pigeon Mountain WMA.
When our concert plans fell through we instead took the weekend to explore the Crockford/Pigeon Mountain WMA. We found everything we were looking for and so much more!
Alapaha River WMA is a large tract of land north-east of Tifton, GA. We were short on time but enjoyed a couple of short hikes and a rolling survey of the space.
After Pitcher Plant Bog we took a break to put some things in order—after visiting five Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) in nearly as many weeks it was necessary to iron out some details before launching this website. We hope you like it. This past Sunday, on the dawn of summer, …
During our trips to Flint River WMA we spotted many windfishers in action. Though I wasn’t able to capture the action, I did get some great shots of them between flights. Enjoy!
On our second adventure to The Bog Rebecca and I get more than the blueberries we bargained for!
Over our two days at Pitcher Plant Bog we saw many Blue Grosbeaks. These beautiful birds were a frequent source of color and song and it seemed that wherever we went within the preserve one or two of them would turn up.
On a sleepy Sunday Rebecca and I journey to Pitcher Plant Bog, one of the first we learned of and one of the closest Wildlife Managements Properties to our home.
The Yellow-Breasted Chat was among the highlights of our visit to Lannahassee Creek WMA. Here are the best images I was able to capture of him in a larger format.
Lannahassee Creek WMA is large parcel of land nestled in the tributaries of the northern Kinchafoonee Creek. It boasts hilly lands, costal forests, and numerous wildlife opportunities.