TAYLOR COUNTY, GA (360 acres) - This diverse property includes sandhills habitat, swamp, farmland, and seeps and also contains the state threatened Pickering's morning-glory, a small white-flowered morning glory. This unique morning glory holds its small narrow leaves upright; fewer than 30 populations are known in the state, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The Property also contains the state rare Bachman’s Sparrow, which was heard on the Property because of its unique song.  The tract lies within close proximity of already preserved private, state and federal lands, including: over 20 other private conservation easements, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Management Area (WMA), Chattahoochee Fall Line WMA, and Fort Benning. Protection of the Property will add to the mosaic of conserved land in the region.