piedmont national wildlife refuge Trails

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A Blue and White Tapestry: Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge :: Forsyth, GA

The two plants—flowering dogwood and Chinese wisteria—that create the floral tapestry at the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge are as different as they are beautiful. The best way to enjoy the dazzling color of the wisterias and dogwoods is to slowly

Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge Trails :: Forsyth, GA

The Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1939 to manage the wildlife potential of the exhausted farmland. Walking these paths provides a window into the natural and human history of the region. The area also features a visitor cente

Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge Trails :: Forsyth, GA

The Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1939 to manage the wildlife potential of the exhausted farmland. Walking these paths provides a window into the natural and human history of the region. The area also features a visitor cente

Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge Trails :: Forsyth, GA

Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge Trails At first glance, the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge appears as a natural landscape. In fact, the heavily wooded hills and valleys represent the culmination of years of effort to restore land devastated by r

Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge :: Forsyth, GA

Piedmont NWR is a 35,000-acre refuge with large areas of mature loblolly pine forest managed for Red-cockaded Woodpeckers (RCW), and is one of only two public-access areas for this endangered species in Georgia. There are several walking trails to tr

Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge: Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Trail :: Forsyth, GA

Red-cockaded woodpeckers were once common in the longleaf pine forests of Georgia. Timber harvesting and farming that began in the 1800s, however, destroyed much of the longleaf pine habitat, and in 1970 the red-cockaded woodpecker was declared an en

Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge Trails :: Atlanta, GA

This hike combines the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker and Allison Lake Trails to take you through a wilderness rich with wildlife.

Piedmont Loop: High Falls, Indian Springs, Juliette :: Juliette, GA

This is an 85-mile drive in the lower Piedmont and Fall Line regions. The roads lead through mixed hardwood and pine forests with timber harvest, farmland, and pasture. Three state parks, a national wildlife refuge, and a national forest add consider

The Spring Serenade of the Wild Turkey: Little Rock Wildlife Drive :: Forsyth, GA

Hone your wildlife-listening skills as you travel this wildlife drive in search of the turkey’s gobble and other bird calls. Your adventure begins as soon as you pass through the gate at the head of the Little Rock Wildlife Drive. Look for the displa