Satilla River links...

Current river level at the US 82 bridge, Atkinson, Georgia

Current river level at the Blackshear bridge, Waycross...

SATILLA RIVERKEEPER (R) website

The beautiful Satilla River flows through Coffee, Ware, Pierce, Brantley and Glynn Counties in Georgia on a winding course to the Atlantic Ocean. Beach-white sandbars, brilliant fall leaf colors, and a variety of animal and plant life create a photographer's dream. The Satilla ecosystem supports wildlife including deer, otter, beaver, raccoons, opossums, bobcats, turtles, alligators, snakes and many birds such as the belted kingfisher, barred owl, great horned owl, and the red tail hawk. But many areas including shorelines and sandbars of the Satilla River are damaged by the intrusion of all-terrain vehicles being driven on the shoreline, sandbars, and the riverbed itself. Other threats include agricultural pollution and the extensive spread of the exotic Chinese Tallow tree.