Let’s Go Wildlife Watching IN GEORGIA

Savannah Coastal Ecotours provided by Fran and Kathryn Lapolla

Captain Fran Lapolla operates small boats for the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography and acts as part-time naturalist and host for The Ossabaw Island Foundation. Kathryn Lapolla is a Georgia native and an avid kayaker and is trained in coastal interpretive tours..

For more information: 912-220-6092; sceboating@gmail.com  or scekayaking@gmail.com

Ebenezer Creek, kayaking through ancient bald cypress.

If you wish to stay closer to Atlanta and yet enjoy nature and wildlife, please visit Cascade Springs Nature Preserve Trail at this link:


It is described this way: Inside the park’s 120 acres of green space, a wide trail network explores a tumbling waterfall, a wildlife-filled forest, and trickling springs that feed the park’s many streams. The hilly forest is a retreat from the surrounding city, and home to wildlife including deer, birds, and turtles.