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GPB Explores The Natural Beauty Of Georgia This Spring

Explore Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary in a 30-minute virtual field trip from GPB Education.

Spring has sprung!

If you’ve been out battling through clouds of pollen to enjoy the first few weeks of spring, you may have missed some of the fantastic programs on GPB TV and the GPB Radio Network showcasing the beauty and resilience of the natural world. Spend a rainy weekend afternoon catching up, with GPB as your guide to the restless beauty of spring, explore Georgia from forest to sea with some of GPB’s intrepid reporters and hosts, and take the family on a virtual field trip through the state with GPB Education.

 

GPB’s Sophia Saliby views Atlanta and Buckhead from the top of Stone Mountain. CREDIT SOPHIA SALIBY/ GPB
Wild Georgia

This spring GPB radio is exploring our great state with the Wild Georgia series. Join our reporters aboard a research vessel off the Georgia coast, tracking coyotes near Augusta and climbing monadnocks in metro Atlanta. Several GPB Education Live Explorations and Virtual Field Trips are also included as part of the series.

On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott recently spoke with GPB reporters Grant Blankenship and Sophia Saliby about the series. You can listen to that segment here and check out every installment of Wild Georgia now at gpbnews.org.

 

Georgia Outdoors - The Sandhills

The sandhills of Georgia represent a unique habitat with animals and reptiles that need that sandy land to survive. Many of the species are in trouble, but they are all amazing. Georgia Outdoors host Sharon Collins gets a rare, close-up glimpse of the Southeastern American Kestrel. Tough birds in a tough environment. You can stream this and many more episodes of Georgia Outdoors now on GPB.org.

 

Nature: American Spring LIVE

Spring is one of nature’s greatest performances a time of rebirth, renewed energy and dramatic transformations. For three consecutive nights, Nature: American Spring LIVE presented the change from winter to spring in real time from iconic locations across America. You can stream these special episodes of Nature now on GPB.org.