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Posted
07/11/2016
Georgia Outdoors / Edge of Survival (26:48)
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Overview

Host Sharon Collins explores the pockmarked wilderness of central and south Georgia in search of iconic, yet endangered, species native to our beautiful state. She tells the stories of the red-cockaded woodpecker, the indigo snake, and the gopher tortoise: the office reptile of the State of Georgia, and the efforts being made to promote their comebacks.

Last updated: July 11, 2016