On Wednesday, July 15th, students in the Tifton Campus Fish and Wildlife Management program had the opportunity to visit Reed Bingham State Park. There they were able to learn about the gopher tortoise habitat and were shown how to use a camera for observing topher tortoises in their burrow by Jessica McGuire, a biologist with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
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