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The History Channel has an absolute smash hit on their hands in the form of Swamp People . Fans of the show are borderline obsessed with these Louisiana swampers like Troy Landry , Terral Evans , Liz Cavalier and of course the Guist Brothers . Well
Fire information officers say two wildfires in southeast Georgia have been contained. The Southeast Fires Joint Information Center said Thursday that the Sweat Farm Again fire, west of Waycross, and the Racepond fire, northeast of the Okefenokee
Here's something you never want to hear: "That loud booming sound is coming from inside the house!" That's what one Inocenta Hernandez from Guatemala City learned after a sudden noise caused her to run outside, thinking
All entrances to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge are closed through the holiday weekend as firefighters continue to battle a 10-week-old blaze that has burned well over half the 400,000-acre preserve. Jason Curry, a spokesman for the federal
28 pm PDT July 2, 2011 (CNN) -- All entrances to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge are closed through the holiday weekend as firefighters continue to battle a 10-week-old blaze that has burned well over half the 400,000-acre preserve.
Wildfires burning in southeast Georgia are forcing rangers to keep the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge closed to the public during what's typically a busy holiday weekend. Art Webster, the refuge's supervisory ranger, says the Okefenokee normally
Fire information officials say the Okefenokee Swamp's Honey Prairie Fire continues to grow. The joint information center for the team fighting the fire says it's now 286,698 acres, up about 3,000 acres in two days. John Nicholls, a fire information
ET 'Swamp People' draws 4.6 million viewers: Who else is obsessed with this crazy show? by Grady Smith Image Credit: History Channel Swamp People , History's fascinating reality series about Cajun alligator hunters in Louisiana's Atchafalaya Swamp,
Not every fire is a disaster. The plumes of smoke billowing into the sky represent the greatest danger the Honey Prairie Fire posed on May 8, 2011, when the Landsat-7 satellite captured this image. The fire was burning primarily scrub and
Two fires have merged, coming dangerously close to protected areas in Florida's Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. The so-called Honey Prairie fire, which was sparked last week, united with another blaze called the Paxton Road fire Tuesday, the U.S.