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American Birding Association
North America's largest membership organization for active birders providing leadership to field birders by increasing their knowledge, skills, and enjoyment of birding, and by contributing to bird conservation.
Specializing in digital imaging in the Okefenokee area.
Need information on books or just about anything? This web site has links to many e-sources.
Bird Checklist for the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
This checklist includes 234 species of birds and is based on observations by refuge personnel and visiting ornithologists.
For those who care about the environment.
Historic McIntosh County, in the heart of the mighty Altamaha River Delta, is one of the most scenic regions in Coastal Georgia.
Folkston-Charlton County, Georgia
This web site sponsored by The Okefenokee Chamber of Commerce and The Development Authority of The City of Folkston and Charlton County includes information on the history of Folkston, the Okefenokee Swamp, area parks and recreation, and area businesses.
Georgia Nature Based Tourism Association
A statewide non-profit organization which provides a voice to educate public and private decision-makers about the need to integrate economic development with resource conservation and promotes its shared vision of the state of Georgia as a responsibly managed nature-based tourism destination. The innkeepers are members of this association.
Georgia Wildlife Federation
Information on this non-profit organization's history, goals, membership, kid's programs, advocacy, publications, library and more.
Golden Isles Navigator
Visitor information on places to visit in Coastal Georgia, such as Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island, Cumberland Island and more.
Green Pages Online by Co-op America
Support green businesses.
Information on Jacksonville, Florida, an easy 45-minute drive from Folkston.
Everything you want to know about kayaking.
Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey
Don and Diana Carter's web site Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey, voted one of the best 1001 web sites by PC Computing.
Plan your trip to Georgia using MapQuest's Interactive Atlas (maps) or TripQuest (driving directions).
A homestead in Waycross, Georgia representing the frontier agricultural lifestyle maintained by an early settler at a time when industry and commercial growth was a concern. The park also displays zoological and biological knowledge obtained by this great swamper.
Okefenokee Blackwater Brew
Okefenokee organic, free trade premium coffees grown by small scale farmers.
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge
The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1937 in order to preserve the 438,000 acre Okefenokee Swamp. Visit the official web site for more visitor information, wildlife notes, fire updates, current news, volunteer and internship opportunities, and more.
Information on books published by Okefenokee Press. Includes geneological resources.
Okefenokee Wildlife League
OWL is a non-profit cooperating association committed to promoting and enhancing a better appreciation and understanding of the natural history and natural environment of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.
Your one-stop resource for information about recreation on federal lands. Offers information from all of the federal land management agencies and allows you to search for recreation sites by State, by agency, or by recreational activity.
St. Marys, Georgia
St. Marys is the gateway to Cumberland Island National Seashore and the second oldest city in the United States.
The Wilderness Society
The Wilderness Society is a non-profit membership organization devoted to preserving wilderness and wildlife, protecting America's prime forests, parks, rivers, deserts and shorelands, and fostering an American land ethic.
For information on the North Entrance to the Okefenokee Swamp and other area attractions.
Links of Interest