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Here's a list of video segments on the Web related to the Okefenokee Swamp:

Beginner's Guide to Georgia (Georgia Outdoors)




Whether you're a newcomer to Georgia or have lived here all your life, this episode of Georgia Outdoors will provide for you an overview of what an ecologically diverse state Georgia is.

Red Hills of Georgia (Georgia Outdoors)
Straddling the Florida line near Thomasville, Georgia's red hills region is one of our state's hidden ecological treasures.

The Secret Seashore, Georgia's Barrier Islands
GPB Presents The Secret Seashore. As the fishcrow flies, the coast of Georgia is only 100 miles long, but it offers over 800 miles of serpentine shoreline, thousands of acres of grass covered marsh, and thirteen major islands.

Lesser-Known Swamps (Georgia Outdoors)
There is nothing like the quiet timelessness of a swamp. Although best known for its most famous swamp, the Okefenokee, Georgia is home to other smaller, but equally extraordinary, swamps.

Long-leaf Pine Ecosystems (Georgia Outdoors)
The southeastern coastal plains of the United States were once covered by longleaf pine woodlands. These woodlands were home to many animals like flatwoods salamander and fox squirrels and, according to folklore, splinter cats and whirling whimpuses!

Lookout Mountain From Top to Bottom (Georgia Outdoors)
100 miles long and 25 hundred feet high, Lookout Mountain spans three states as it stretches from Gadsden, Alabama to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Upon it's length one will find waterfalls, canyons, scenic vistas, unique towns, state and national parks and preserves and many more natural wonders.

Caving Adventures (Georgia Outdoors)
This is a very special episode of Georgia Outdoors. We will be traveling underground to a cave in southwest Georgia that has never been visited by anyone with a television camera.

Flint River Adventure (Georgia Outdoors)
Georgia's Flint River is one of the southeastern United States' greatest natural resources. Over 125 of its 220 total miles are free-flowing as it traverses the state from the Atlanta Metro Area to its confluence with the Chattahoochee.

Georgia's Beaches (Georgia Outdoors)
Some of the most popular destinations in Georgia are our beaches. From the well-visited sands of Tybee Island to the protected shores of Cumberland Island, Georgia Outdoors explores the geology and ecology of our amazing beaches.

Georgia's Marshes (Georgia Outdoors)
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.

Georgia's Outdoors Education Website

Georgia's Backroads
Georgia's Backroads promise an adventure around every curve, as you'll see in these quirky programs hosted by singer/song-writer, Larry Jon Wilson.

Georgia On My Mind
From Savannah's riverfront to the Appalachian Trail, Emmy Award-winning TV personality Leroy Powell tours the state in Georgia On My Mind, a picture-postcard of the Peach State.

Suwanee River Watershed (Georgia Outdoors)
The Suwannee River is one of the most famous rivers in the southeast. From its origins in the Okefenokee Swamp to the river's end along the marshes of the Gulf of Mexico, this great river is one of the last remaining unspoiled waterways in the United States.


New Georgia Encyclopedia: Audio Reading of the "Marshes of Glynn" by David Bottoms
Sidney Lanier contributed significantly to the arts in nineteenth-century America. His accomplishments as a poet, novelist, composer, and critic reflect his eclectic interests, and his melodic celebrations of Georgia's terrain are among his most widely read poems. Click on the "Audio clip" link on the right hand side of the page to hear Georgia poet David Bottoms read a famous Lanier poem.

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