BLOG: Nature Mixed In

April 27, 2023
Learn how to distinguish between reptilian doppelgangers found here in Georgia.
April 27, 2023
What is involved with getting the Elachee demonstration bee hives ready for visitors to view each spring?
April 25, 2023
5 Tips to Help Pollinators Visiting Your Backyard Survive and Thrive
March 28, 2023
Elachee’s Volunteer Trail Crew combined their skills to build a new bridge to replace the original structure on the Geiger Trail.
March 28, 2023
The 1,400+ acres of the Chicopee Woods Nature Preserve are, mostly, deciduous forest.
March 01, 2023
Elachee has identified over 70 different species of wildflowers who take root in our soils. See staff picks!
February 17, 2023
Elachee was honored to serve as host of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce Beautification Committee’s Arbor Day 2023 ceremony.
January 31, 2023
Elachee Naturalist Don Lane shares with readers some of the things in the natural world he finds fascinating.
January 31, 2023
Donor Profile: Their living legacy started with bird seed.
December 05, 2022
Witness four astronomical phenomena happening in December!
October 31, 2022
Elachee celebrates addition of interpretive signage along the Ed Dodd Loop hiking trail.
October 31, 2022
Native peoples expertise in their natural world impacted their diets and wellbeing.
October 31, 2022
Thank you to the Gainesville/Hall County community!
October 03, 2022
Separate myth from truth regarding one of nature's most misunderstood animals, the bat.
August 31, 2022
Why, How and What to Do to Stay Snake-bite Safe
August 31, 2022
Learn more about four backyard tenants who take advantage of your passive green space.
August 15, 2022
Is Chicopee Lake performing a water quality treatment function within the watershed?
July 29, 2022
Did you know that while all tortoises are turtles, not all turtles are tortoises?
June 30, 2022
It is not leaf rot, but rather moth larvae feeding on the leaf tissue that is impacting foliage in northeast Georgia.
June 30, 2022
How do Chicopee Lake and the Chicopee Woods fit into the bigger watershed called the Upper Walnut Creek watershed?
May 24, 2022
If you have visited Chicopee Lake over the course of a few years, you may have noticed it is getting smaller.
May 23, 2022
Prevent these critters from cramping your outdoor adventures this summer.
April 22, 2022
Beavers at Chicopee Lake Do What Comes Naturally
April 22, 2022
Snake Sensibility: How to Avoid Misidentification
March 30, 2022
University research on minnow populations in Chicopee Woods gives evidence relating to water quality and habitat balance within the Walnut Creek area.
March 29, 2022
There is more than meets the eye at Chicopee Lake as spring triggers renewed activity among its ecosystems.
March 01, 2022
While it is only natural to want to help an animal you feel is in need of assistance, sometimes your intervention can do more harm than good.
February 28, 2022
Visit the Chicopee Lake wetland any time of year to view waterfowl.
February 14, 2022
A handy pictorial guide to flora you will likely see in Chicopee Woods.
February 02, 2022
Elachee Volunteer Gives New Life to Old Banners
February 02, 2022
January 2022 Journal: Black Willow Riverbank Shrubland
February 01, 2022
6 Must-Do’s to Make Your Yard Bird-Friendly
October 05, 2021
Elachee’s 2021 Snake Day Wildlife Festival offered the chance to touch more than a friendly reptile.
October 05, 2021
When outdoors in October, see how many colors you can find in nature.
October 03, 2021
Your efforts will help establish a robust root system improving soil conditions to also help prevent excessive erosion during rainy times.