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Let's start with the good, the latest pictures by James R. Holland  from the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge on the northern end of McIntosh County.

The Gang's all here:

Wood storks, ibis, egrets assembled at the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge.
Having a pool party:

In-coming immature Ibis:

Flock of immature white ibis at Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge.
The bad and the ugly over the hump.

If you haven't heard about the Spit controversy before, see here and here and here.

Now there's a video update from James Holland, whose pictures have garnered widespread attention:

Longer running is the Rayonier saga of polluting the Altamaha River from Jesup to the coast. It's a story that reminds us that the line about "teaching a man to fish" is really mean, considering that all over the globe industrial pollution has made fish unfit to eat.

You'd think the Sea Island resort people would have an interest in providing their guests with edible fish. But, it seems all sectors of U.S. enterprise have been taken over by people aiming to exploit our resources, both human and natural. The ex-men have got the upper hand and that's what we've got to change. Installing Democrats in our state houses and governors' slots will make a start.

Originally posted to hannah on Fri Jun 27, 2014 at 04:33 AM PDT.

Also republished by Backyard Science.

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