Full Moon May 10 – 11 Sorpio


Full Scorpio Moon viewed through smoke from West Mims Fire  May 10, 2017

Full Moon In Scorpio - ⓒBearspawprint2017

Full Moon In Scorpio – ⓒBearspawprint2017

St. Marys River


St. Marys River from the bridge at St George August 1

St. Marys River from the bridge at St George August 1 ⓒBearspawprint2016

St. Marys River from the bridge at St George August 1 ⓒBearspawprint2016

All of these peoples have lived here:

Hitchiti, Muskogee, Oconee, and Tallaassee, which are Creek Confederation. Itza Maya left DNA and language among the Creeks. There are 74 mounds near here. The Timucua, which are Arawak, where resident in this area. Last to arrive were Tsalagi being crowded out of their slightly more northern homelands.


St. Mar’s River viewed from Georgia, facing north.  The river forms the state line between Georgia and Florida. Florida is East. Georgia is West.

St. Marys River, Georgia ⓒBearspawprint2015

St. Marys River, Georgia ⓒBearspawprint2015

All of the greenery makes it difficult to see the river until you are close

St. Marys River, Georgia ⓒBearspawprint2015

St. Marys yiver, Georgia ⓒBearspawprint2015



Dear Husband snapped this fellow catching some Autumn Rays.  Or was he waiting to catch something else?

Fox Squirrel, Okefenokee, Georgia

Devastating Bat-killing Disease Reaches Georgia

Earth First! Newswire

 Second State Announced in Two Dayswhitenose

ByThe Center for Biological Diversity

A lethal bat disease sweeping across North America has been discovered for the first time in Georgia, state and federal officials announced today. The announcement comes one day after the disease was reported in South Carolina. White-nose syndrome, a fatal fungal disease in bats, has now spread to 22 states and 5 Canadian provinces over the past seven years. This most recent discovery of the disease was made at two caves in Dade County, Ga. — one in the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, operated by the National Park Service, and the other at Cloudland Canyon State Park. Last year the bat disease was documented on the Tennessee side of the same national military park.

“White-nose syndrome’s attack on North American bats is continuing unabated,” said Mollie Matteson, a bat specialist at the Center for Biological…

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