Logo graphic for the WildLife Resources Division
Facebook Icon Twitter Icon Instagram Icon YouTube Icon WordPress Icon Email Icon
Georgia Wild E-Newsletter

March 7, 2014

Bat with white-nose signs at Black Diamond Tunnel.

Topics in this issue include:

  • Biologists document white-nose syndrome in northeast Georgia.
  • Tallulah Gorge controlled burn is a success on all fronts.
  • Birding and art contests draw Georgia youth outdoors.
  • How backyard wildlife weather snow fallout.
  • Photos of screech owls that keep their prey close.

Read the March 7 Georgia Wild.

Also check out Terry W. Johnson's "Out My Backdoor" columns, including the latest, "Let It Snow? Winter Pros and Cons for Wildlife."

Tallulah Gorge prescribed fire. Valencia Morris/USFS

Receive FREE, timely updates on topics of interest. Sign Up Here!

LICENSES - 3 Ways to Buy

1. Phone 1-800-366-2661
2. Online - here
3. Retail License Vendor listing - here

Ranger Hotline


Report poaching and wildlife violations. You can receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest—even if you wish to remain anonymous.
More Info >