Partners including Georgia DNR, coastal counties and local and federal agencies have produced an aerial imagery dataset of coastal Georgia that offers the most high-resolution look yet at the region and will be used for everything from county planning to wildlife conservation.
Bulloch Academy’s Middle School archery squad took top shooting honors back to Statesboro at the seventh and final Georgia National Archery in the Schools Program regional tournament Saturday.
Hahira Middle School was the highest overall scoring team at the sixth Georgia National Archery in the Schools Program regional tournament Saturday at Pine Grove Middle School.
For the first time in Georgia, youth and mobility-impaired hunters will have a chance to turkey hunt the weekend before the statewide turkey season opens. This special opportunity season is March 15-16, 2014.
Three fisheries personnel with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division recently were recognized by the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, with two of them tying for “Fishery Worker of the Year.”
Yuchi Wildlife Management Area, a 7,800-acre area, is located in one of the most severely impacted counties, Burke County.
The only sense of urgency you might find at Panic Pond after this Saturday will be from anglers scrambling for the camera to capture a photo of their latest lunker catch, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division.
Interested in developing a career in writing or communicating about the outdoors? A free all-day seminar, “How to Become an Outdoor Communicator,” is scheduled for March 11, 2014 at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center.
Lafayette Christian School claimed top shooting honors in the High School Division at the fifth Georgia National Archery in the Schools Program regional tournament of 2014.
A young North Atlantic right whale is swimming easier after wildlife biologists cut away most of the 100-plus yards of fishing rope the animal was dragging. The multi-agency response highlights the need to prevent entanglements in commercial fishing gear, a chronic problem for these endangered whales.
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