Monthly Archives: January 2024

Georgia Conservancy Legislative Update

I missed the first two weeks, but here’s Week 3, along with a signup form for receiving the updates. https://www.georgiaconservancy.org/advocacy/update?mc_cid=dfdd5d8a24&mc_eid=868724ca64

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Scarlet Tanager, Migration May Be Starting, Deer Fun Fact

I saw a beautiful, bright female Scarlet Tanager yesterday, along with an unidentified warbler. Sibley’s range map shows us just north of the Tanager’s year-round range, but in my experience, this bird is probably a migrant. We usually have a … Continue reading

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Black Ice Reported

The EMA says there have been numerous reports of black ice this morning and urges people to limit travel and be cautious on the roads.

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Weather Event

We did not have a huge weather event overnight, but the decks are icy. It’s foggy and about 24 degrees. There’s a brisk wind. The EMA messaged at 8:05 AM that icy conditions were reported on some secondary roads and … Continue reading

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