Monthly Archives: October 2012
“The weather here this time of year is mostly beautiful.” Continue reading
Lower water plus rising and falling fluctuations mean that there are usually interesting animal behaviors to observe in the Okefenokee but be aware, it can all change very quickly. Continue reading
The month to be out in Autumn. Migration is at its peak, with American redstarts appearing routinely. other warblers seen include worm-eating, prairie, and blackthroated blue. Swainson’s thrushes come in as well, and Northern harriers might be observied hunting. Later … Continue reading
American robins and greater sandhill cranes arrive in flocks. Tree swallows are now abundant. Bald eagles are periodically seen in the area. White-throated sparrows can be heard rustling amoung the fallen leaves. Eastern phoebes call from exposed perches. Hermit thrushes … Continue reading
“Get a double dose of colors in the black mirror reflections of Okefenokee” Continue reading
“Alligators are lurking all around Okefenokee and given their adventurous nature & mobility, they make all water activities at Okefenokee more interesting.” Continue reading
Black Bears become more visible as they look for the fall food crop.