Charles Seabrook Wild Georgia

  • If it sounds like a duck, it might be a frog

  • Reclusive bobcat is common in Georgia but seldom seen

  • First wildflower bloom of the year brings joy

  • Bird cousins stay in close touch in winter

  • WILD GEORGIA

    Right whales face more setbacks in struggle to survive

  • Today’s winter solstice marks the year’s shortest day

  • Christmas Bird Count season kicks off today

  • Boughs of holly bring holiday joy

  • Georgia may become home to a new national park

  • A nature lover gives thanks on Thanksgiving

  • Winter is best time to see woodpeckers

  • Once absent in Georgia, beavers have made a big comeback

  • Migrating chimney swifts put on an aerial spectacle

  • Red, orange or yellow — how autumn leaves get their color

  • Could Georgia’s state bird abandon the state?

  • Looking for the beautiful fringed gentian in Georgia’s mountains

  • Blue jay squawking is an iconic sound of fall

  • We’ll soon see southbound swarms of butterflies, dragonflies

  • Late summer is the season of meadows

  • Caterpillars: the good, bad and ugly