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The geographic scope of this book is purposefully wide, encompassing an area that extended from the British sugar islands of the Caribbean to the South Carolina and Georgia Lowcountry, "a coastal zone stretching from the Cape Fear River to the Altamaha River in Georgia and inland roughly fifty miles" (p.
Neotropical migratory breeding bird communities in riparian forests of different widths along the Altamaha River, Georgia.
24 acres with five (5) buildings totaling approx 13,792 SF and is located near the Altamaha River.
Prosecutors said all three defendants knew that CSX Transportation, which owned the trestle spanning the Altamaha River, had denied them permission in writing to film on its tracks.
The species was known to navigate streams and rivers from the Altamaha River drainage in Georgia north to the Yadkin-Pee Dee River drainage in North Carolina.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 64-year-old actor was cast as Allman in the Randall Miller-helmed movie which was being filmed on a trestle that crosses the Altamaha River in rural Georgia.
These results were similar to findings for Hickory Shad in the Altamaha River, Georgia (Street, 1970), the Neuse River (Pate, 1972), and more recently the Tar-Pamlico River (Murauskas and Rulifson, 2011).
Anything edible" parallels the flathead-baiting strategies of Carl Sawyer of Screven, Georgia, holder of the Georgia state record flat-head, an 83-pounder he caught in the Altamaha River in 2006.
2004), which is common and generally distributed in major drainages from the Roanoke River in Virginia to the Altamaha River of Georgia.
The eastern edge of the area is formed by the serpentine wanderings of the Altamaha River, as famed a waterfowler's paradise as can be found south of the Mason-Dixon, but we're not talking grey ducks here.