Project WILD Teacher Resource Guide
Brown, Fred, 1998. Highroad Guide to the Georgia Mountains. The Georgia Conservancy.
Earley, Lawrence S. 1993. North Carolina Wild Places: A closer look. North Carolina Wildlife Resources Division, Raleigh, North Carolina
Godfrey, Michael A. 1980. A Sierra Club Guide to the Piedmont. Sierra Club Books, San Francisco.
Mitchell, Sarah. 2002. Carolina Bay: Access Guide, The Natural Communities of Georgia.
Mitchell, Sarah. 2002. Coastal Waters: Access Guide, The Natural Communities of Georgia.
Mitchell, Sarah. 2002. Longleaf Pine-Wiregrass Community: Access Guide, The Natural Communities of Georgia.
Patrick, T., Allison, J., and Krakow G., 1995. Protected Plants of Georgia, Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources.
Protected Animals of Georgia. 1999. Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources
Pielou. E. C. 1991. After the Ice Age: The return of life to glaciated North America. University of Chicago Press.
Wharton, Charles H. 1978. The Natural Environments of Georgia. Geologic and Water Resource Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Atlanta Georgia.
Wilson, James (editor). The Fire Forest: Longleaf Pine-Wiregrass Ecosystem. Natural Georgia Series. Volume 8, Number 2. Georgia Wildlife Federation
Ray, Janisse, 2000. Ecology of a Cracker Childhood. Milkweed Editions.
Schoettle, Taylor. 1996. A Guide to a Georgia Barrier Island: featuring Jekyll Island, with St. Simons and Sapelo Islands. Watermarks Publishing, St. Simons Island, GA.
Teal, John and Mildred, 1991 Life and Death of a Salt Marsh. Ballatine Books.
The Georgia Environmental Education Teacher Resource Guide: Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia Guide to all nature centers in the state
Web Page Resources:
Atlanta Audubon Society
Cornell Lab of Ornithology web site. This offers many excellent citizen science projects that schools can get involved with, such as Project Feeder Watch. http://birds.cornell.edu/
Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources
Georgia Museum of Natural History
Georgia Ornithological Society
Clearinghouse for Environmental Education in Georgia. www.eeingeorgia.org
Journey North offers a migration program that schools can become
Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites http://www.gastateparks.org/
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Report poaching and wildlife violations. You can receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest—even if you wish to remain anonymous.