An excerpt from the 1926 book History of the Okefenokee, By Hamp Mizell and AS McQueen: “Alligator hunting affords excellent sport, and requires considerable courage, for it is no laughing matter to haul a wounded alligator into a boat on a dark night. They can – and do – become nasty customers at times andContinue reading “Okefenokee Alligators: No Laughing Matter”
Excerpt from the 1912 Okefenokee journal of Dr. W.D. Funkhouser: “We five started in alone, carrying 50 pound packs, with a compass as our guide. The water was from waist to shoulder deep, full of giant cypress trees, and so closely overgrown with underbrush and entangling vines that we literally had to cut our wayContinue reading “The Chance of Meeting an Alligator”
I’m sad I can’t make it, but wanted to let others know about this great Okefenokee Photography Workshop. Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge – Spring Photography Workshop with John Reed. Saturday, March 7, 2020. To register contact the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center 912-496-7836.https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/press_releases.html
Sharing a great post and wonderful photos from another Okefenokee adventurer, Wandering Dawgs. Enjoy! Okefenokee – “the Land of Trembling Earth” What better way to begin our winter southern adventure than a stop in one of our favorite state parks, Stephen C. Foster State Park in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Much of the swampContinue reading “Shared Okefenokee Post: The Land of Trembling Earth — Wandering Dawgs”
A four-day video and photography exploration of the beautiful Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia, USA.
The dreaded and formidable rattlesnake is yet too common, and a variety of other serpents abound, particularly that admirable creature, the glass-snake: I saw a very large and beautiful on, a little distance from our camp. The alligator, a species of crocodile, abounds in the rivers and swamps, near the sea coast… On the recollectionContinue reading “The Alligator Abounds…”