Teachers and students across the state are invited to honor Georgia’s wildlife and students’ artistic interests by taking part in the 26th annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
Looking for the ability to set challenges for others? Participants at an upcoming Adventures In Low Elements Workshop facilitated by Project Adventure and scheduled for Nov. 13-15, 2015 at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, can focus exclusively on adventure programming.
Leaves are changing colors, the air is crisp and cold and the north Georgia mountain streams are waiting for your next angling trip. Will that trip take you to one of the five delayed harvest trout streams opening Nov. 1?
Each year, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division recognizes anglers for outstanding catches. Anglers who catch a fish that meets or beats a specific weight or length limit for that species are eligible for a free Angler Award.
Do you think you have what it takes to have your artwork chosen for the next plastic hunting and fishing license card? If so, be sure to enter into your design for all the bragging rights!
A Locust Grove teacher’s vision of turning students into nature explorers has earned a $1,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
The sense of anticipation that comes prior to the opening day of firearms deer hunting season is a feeling that many will have this week. Beginning on Saturday, Oct. 17 and continuing until Jan. 10, 2016 statewide, hunters will have the chance to hit the woods in pursuit of white-tailed deer.
Hunting is a safe sport with only a small fraction of hunters ever involved in a hunting incident.
Every time a hunter or angler purchases a sporting license, or buys hunting and fishing equipment or related items, they are participating in a subtle, yet successful conservation program that has been at work for more than 75 years.
The week-long primitive weapons deer hunting season opens Saturday, Oct. 10. Last year, more than 48,000 hunters participated in primitive weapons season, bringing in over 10,000 deer with black powder rifles.
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