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Winter 2019

Following recovery from Hurricane Michael, the Reserve is preparing for several landmark efforts in 2019 including a new management plan and 40th Anniversary recognition. Looking Ahead By Jennifer Harper, Reserve Manager Hurricane Michael certainly put a damper on our planned programming this past fall with a storm surge of 4-5 feet of water underneath the…

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2018 Annual Report

Water unites us or sometimes divides us. It is one of the most – if not the most – important natural resource we have, and it is ours to conserve and protect. Above is Lake Lanier, north of Atlanta, Georgia and the initial freshwater source for Apalachicola Bay. Reflections From The Road By Jennifer Harper,…

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Winter 2018

A collaboration between ANERR and Audubon, these signs installed on the north and south end of the old St. George Island Causeway discourage close approaches by boats to the causeway’s Critical Wildlife Area in order to reduce flushing of nesting shorebirds and seabirds. Our Partners Make the Difference By Jennifer Harper, Reserve Manager Partnerships and…

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