The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, or Okefenokee Swamp is a different world; a seemingly untouched, primitive landscape of serpents and dragons; a foreboding, dark land, yet exciting and evoking the urge to explore. I have explored this intriguing swamp habitat on many occasions; each time paddling a bit further, and each time investigating its details a bit more closely. My desire is to promote and preserve this majestic piece of Earth through my nature journals and photographs, and the travel blogs of other adventurers. See the blog page for more…
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- Okefenokee Black-crowned Night Heron
- Concentrations of Gators
- Okefenokee Impassible Dense Jungle
- Finally, an Okefenokee Wood Stork!
- Up the Suwannee River
Hi, I’m conservation photographer and nature writer William Wise. I am definitely not an Okefenokee expert, but I am certainly an Okefenokee enthusiast. I am provided the privilege of the Okefenokee lying within less than a half-day’s drive from my home. More…