Following is a slideshow of some of the photos that were used as headers on this website in 2013.
There are over 200 photos, so if you’d rather browse through the thumbnails, instead of going through the entire slideshow, . CLICK HERE
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Posted in Bent Tree, Uncategorized |
Tagged Bent Tree, birds, Canada goose, coyote, Deer, GA, Jasper, Lake Tamarack, native plants, North Georgia Mountains, wildflowers, wildlife
Over the last few years, the Bent Tree Board of Directors has voluntarily entered into several contractual agreements with the USDA. The contracted projects included
deer spotlight surveys, deer culls, and Canada Goose removal.
Lately, the USDA has been in the news for another animal management issue.
for the story. here Click
for the U.S. Court of Appeals ruling. here
Note: The cat in the photo above has nothing to do with the Hemingway cats story. It just showed up on a trailcam in Bent Tree in November…never saw the cat before, and have not seen it since.
Posted in board of directors, Canada geese, Deer, Deer Cull, Uncategorized, USDA |
Tagged Bent Tree, Canada goose, cat, Cull, Deer, USDA, wildlife
Ducks were going one way, Canada geese the other. The pictures say it all:
Click thumbnails to scroll through larger images:
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Tagged Appalachian, Bent Tree, Big Canoe, Blue Ridge, Canada goose, ducks, Gated Community, geese, golf, Lake Tamarack, North Georgia Mountains
Today’s post is a recap of several previous posts that contain pictures of the wildlife here in beautiful Bent Tree.
Click the following post titles to see the photos:
Posted in Bear, Canada geese, Deer, Duck, fawn, geese, Uncategorized, USDA, wildlife |
Tagged bear, Bent Tree, Canada goose, Deer, duck, fawns, lake & wildlife, Lake Tamarack, North Georgia Mountains, USDA, wildlife
There is definitely less wildlife at Lake Tamarack today. Bent Tree dollars were at work yesterday for “goose removal”, performed by the USDA. Click
for previous posts on geese. here
June 18, 2012 - Nothing left but some feathers - 6:00 p.m.
Bent Tree’s 2012 budget includes forest management funds for “goose removal”. I have no idea if any geese have been removed to date. Following are a few pictures of Canada Geese at Bent Tree – photos taken May 18th, 29th & 30th: