Edge of Survival



On this episode of Georgia Outdoors; Sharon 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 official reptile of the State of Georgia, and the efforts being made to promote their comebacks.

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