Resources and Media Coverage
There’s an endless supply of media coverage about island issues, but we have complied a list of links to articles and information that may be of particular relevance.
The United States 11th Circuit Court of Appeals determined that National Park Service and Greyfield Inn violated the Wilderness Act
There’s an endless supply of news coverage about island issues, but we have compiled a list of links to articles and information that may be of interest to you.
Goodloe, R.B., Warren, R.J., Osborn, D.A., and Hall, C. 2000. Population characteristics of feral horses on Cumberland Island and their management implications. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 64: 114-121.
Sabine, J.B., Schweitzer, S.H., and Meyers, J.M. 2006. Nest Fate and Productivity of American Oystercatchers, Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia. Waterbirds, 29: 308-314.
Turner, M.G. 1987. Effects of grazing by feral horses, clipping, trampling, and burning on a Georgia salt marsh. Estuaries and Coasts, 10: 54-60.
Turner, M.G. 1988. Simulation and management implications of feral horse grazing on Cumberland Island, Georgia. Journal of Range Management, 41: 441-447.