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Don't miss this article from founder Carol Ruckdeschel, originally published on Blue Ridge Outdoors, on Sept. 27, 2019.
Hikers endangered by... more
This month, the National Park Service utilized miles of firebreaks and other expensive techniques to control a naturally-occurring fire in... more
Be sure and look for this beautiful animal while you are at Dungeness. But better hurry — she may not... more
The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is the largest wilderness area in the East, and it forms the headwaters of the... more
On Sunday, June 30, Carol Ruckdeschel and photographer Diane Kirkland will present Cumberland Island: A Fragile Beauty at the Fernbank... more
The National Park Service is suggesting significant increases in visitation and development on Cumberland Island as part of their Visitor Use Plan... more
More balloons than ever are being found on Cumberland Island and other beaches in Georgia.
Dolphins, whales, turtles, and many other... more
Mechanical equipment such as bulldozers and bikes are prohibited in Wilderness. But that hasn't stopped the National Park Service from... more
Cumberland Island faces a lot of serious threats these days—including a proposed 88-acre development next to Sea Camp, and a... more