Re: NANFA-- Georgia Books

R. W. Wolff (
Sun, 22 Feb 2004 14:38:11 -0600

I agree, the Okeefenokee book is great. It was pretty cheap too if I
remember right. I did buy this several years ago, maybe it is not available

Describes the area, and the fish. Each specie has a black and white drawing-
good enough for identification- and atleast a page of text. It is a small
book, half the size of a sheet of paper, 3/8th to a half inch or so thick.
Lots of interesting information on the area, and some talk about the
surrounding land as well.

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