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- 033 - Into the Okefenokee, Georgia
033 - Into the Okefenokee, Georgia
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Updated - March 2009
Only a few foot trails line the edge of the Okefenokee, America's largest and most primitive swamp. This newsletter points out the three places to enter and photograph birds, alligators, turtles, and landscapes with cypress-covered islands.
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The Okefenokee, America's largest and most primitive swamp, covers an area of more than six hundred square miles across southeastern Georgia. The Okefenokee is the bed of an ancient ocean that once covered much of the eastern part of America. You won't be able to photograph the Okefenokee from your car. There are only a few foot trails along the edge of the Okefenokee, so this newsletter will help you be ready for some photography from a canoe!
This newsletter points out the only three places to enter and photograph birds, alligators, turtles, and great landscapes filled with cypress-covered islands. You'll learn where to fly to photograph the swamp, plus boat and canoe rental information and lodgings in the nearest towns are included. Includes help photographing the carnivorous plants and the most beautiful flowers in the refuge.