The Carnivorous Plant FAQ Field Trip Report -

Okefenokee and Doerun in 2003

The Trip:
My fabulous trophy wife and I decided that a really cool way to celebrate getting married would be to look for plants, wildlife, adventure, and low country culture in coastal Georgia. We found what we were looking for!

Five days of our trip was spent canoe-camping in Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge (see the red blob on the right corner of the map on this page). Another day was dedicated to exploring a pitcher plant site near the town of Doerun, a little to the west (see the other blob on the map.) The following slide show highlights a few of the things we saw on our travels, with the emphasis, of course, on carnivorous plants.

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