Learn more about protecting sea turtle habitat, including OHM’s continued fight against year-round dredging
Our extensive dune systems, maritime forests, major riverine systems, and other coastal habitats support 71 high priority animal species and 91 high priority plant species. From the critically endangered North Atlantic right whales that migrate to Georgia’s offshore calving grounds each December, to the nesting loggerhead sea turtles that visit our barrier islands to lay their eggs every summer, our coast’s iconic wildlife engage and inspire a new generation of coastal stewards.
One Hundred Miles celebrates these ongoing efforts by providing opportunities for residents and friends of the Georgia coast to take action in support of our protected species. Here’s a little more about the work we’re doing to protect Georgia’s coastal wildlife:
and discover ways you can take action on behalf of our furry, finned, feathered, and flippered neighbors.
Please contact Catherine for more information about how you can help to protect Georgia’s wildlife.