Georgia's Marshes


Though Georgia's coastline is relatively short – only about 100 miles long – it holds one third of the salt marsh habitat on the east coast. From the freshwater rivers which feed the marsh into the muddy grassland of the marsh itself, we'll explore the incredible biological diversity of the salt marsh.

We start with a kayak trip down Cathead Creek, a tributary of the mighty Altamaha river which feeds the marshland of Macintosh County. From there, we visit the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve for a tour of the marsh with a group of students. The salt marsh is also a great place for fishing, and we venture out to fish for red drum both at high tide and low tide.



7:00P

On The Story

7:30P

Georgia Traveler

Georgia Traveler Classics

8:00P

Nature

Touching The Wild

9:00P

Nova

Inside Animal Minds: Dogs & Super Senses

10:00P

Your Inner Fish

Your Inner Reptile