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35 of Georgias Natural Places That You Should See Before You Die
Presented by Charles Seabrook
Charles Seabrook is retired from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, where he spent 34 years as a science and environmental writer. He began writing his Wild Georgia column for the AJC in September 1994 and has been writing it weekly ever since. When he retired from the AJC in 2005, the newspaper asked him to continue writing the column on a freelance basis. It still appears every Saturday in the newspaper.
Charles grew up on Johns Island, S.C., and has an abiding interest in nature and the outdoors. During his journalism career, he covered events around the nation and around the world, including Europe, China, the Brazilian Amazon, Iraq, the remote regions of Alaska, and the Panama Canal. Most of his stories, though, were from the South, where he traveled throughout the region writing about its environment and natural history.
After this presentation, you will be planning a weekend trip or two or three! You will want to see all the places that you did not know existed in our wonderful state of Georgia.
Call Rebecca Deitsch (678-334-1173) or Hank Ohme (770-845-3631) if you cannot find us. Hope to see you there!