Friday, October 3, 2008

Bears? Gators? Must be Land of the Trembling Earth

The Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is a delightful excursion into nature. Take a trip to Folkston to see some of nature's beautiful wildlife. Whether you are an avid photographer, a fisherman, or just someone who wants to experience nature at its finest, the Okefenokee Swamp will provide the perfect thrill for your adventure.

Look for the alligators sunning themselves on the banks of the swamp, or look closely for a bear feeding on the local berries or acorns.

The early Indians called this land, Okefenokee, or Land of the Trembling Earth. Swampy and filled with wildlife, this land is one of the oldest and best preserved of American freshwater.

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