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Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center
Jasper & Newton Counties, Georgia
latitude: 33.46° longitude: -83.73°


The 6,400-acre Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, offers a variety of activities and programs. This area is centrally located in the state in a beautiful wooded setting near Mansfield, Georgia, making it easily accessible from Atlanta, Athens and Macon. The Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center consists of a diversity of habitats that are home to a variety of wildlife. Typical of Georgia's Piedmont region, you will find old fields, planted pines, mixed pine-hardwood stands and mature hardwood forests.

Customized identification guides

Vertebrates Plants Insects

Photograph by John Pickering
Clitoria mariana
Atlantic Pigeonwings or Butterfly Pea

Albums of site participants
Photograph by Bobby Hattaway
Libellula luctuosa
Widow Skimmer, male

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  • Nancy Lowe, Outreach Coordinator, Discover Life -- nancy@discoverlife.org -- 404-272-4526
Updated: 26 July, 2011
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