Killing feral hogs without hunting license might soon be legal in Georgia

...to kenneth.h.boyd@usace.army.mil or mail to: Ken Boyd, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, J. Strom Thurmond...a licensed adult.For additional information, contact Ken Boyd at (800) 533-3478, ext. 1159 or (864) 333-1159...

Army engineers turn used Christmas trees into Thurmond Lake fish habitat

...local wildlife and saving space in area landfills."Fish and other aquatic species need these areas for cover," said Ken Boyd, a wildlife biologist with the Thurmond Lake office. "Using recycled Christmas trees allows us to supplement our existing...

More and more eagles sightings being reported

...despite surveys in February that found only a few of the birds."You'd be surprised how many are being seen," said Ken Boyd, a conservation biologist for the Army Corps of Engineers. "We saw two adults just two weeks ago, while surveying...

Plans being discussed to try to stamp out AVM

...the airborne teams had counted 18 eagles ? two adults and 16 immature birds, said Army Corps of Engineers biologist Ken Boyd.The numbers may seem encouraging, but odds are strong that many of those birds will die before warm weather returns...

Get ready for squirrel season in Georgia

...scouting or placing deer stands. No weapons are allowed in Bussey Point on scouting days.For more information, contact Ken Boyd, (800) 533-3478, ext. 1159, or (864) 333-1159. RIVERKEEPER NIGHT: GreenJacket baseball will hold a Savannah...

Cabela's mourns loss of co-founder and patriarch Dick Cabela

...Fortunately, the nesting areas seem to have escaped the worst of the damage, said Corps of Engineers conservation biologist Ken Boyd."Most of the serious impact to trees was actually from about the Clarks Hill community and south and east," he said...

Outdoors calendar

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Thurmond Lake count finds 11 eagles

...Thurmond Lake."There were seven immature birds and four adults," said Army Corps of Engineers conservation biologist Ken Boyd.The census is part of the National Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey that has been conducted across the U.S. each year...

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Fewer bald eagles spotted at Thurmond Lake

...Thursday. "We saw eight eagles total -- five adults and three juveniles," Army Corps of Engineers conservation biologist Ken Boyd said after teams of observers spent much of the day surveying the reservoir by boat and from automobiles. The number...

Anglers can make use of old Christmas trees

...for use by Thurmond Lake anglers who wish to establish artificial reefs that attract and hold baitfish and gamefish. Ken Boyd, the reservoir's conservation biologist, said more than 2,500 trees were collected at the Riverside Middle School...