Wildlife Education

Hunter Education

Georgia Hunter Education Course Information

Hunter Safety Tips

Hunt and Learn Programs

The Complete Hunter Development Program

Become a Hunter Education Instructor

Shooting Sports

National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP)

Academic Archer Program

Give It a Shot Programs

Scholastic Clay Target Program


Boater Education


Georgia Wild E-Newsletter Issues

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Live-Streaming Feeds

Berry College Eagle Cam

Peregrine Falcon Cam

Go Fish Education Center Aquarium Cam

The Landings Bird Cam

Art Contests for Kids

Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest

State Fish Art Contest

The Youth Birding Competition (YBC) T-Shirt Art Contest


Camp TALON (Teen Adventures Learning Ornithology and Nature)

Georgia's Colonial Coast Birding Trail

Southern Rivers Birding Trail

The Youth Birding Competition (YBC) and The Youth Birding Competition (YBC) T-Shirt Art Contest

Youth Christmas Bird Count

Field Trips and Outreach Programs

Education Centers

Public Events and Programs

Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW)

Agroforestry and Wildlife Field Day

Free Fishing Days


Kids' Fishing Events (KFE)

National Hunting and Fishing Days

Tree Climbing

Summer Camps

Camp TALON (Teen Adventures Learning Ornithology and Nature)

Junior Naturalist Summer Camps

Go Fish Education Center

Charlie Elliott Education Center Camps

Teacher Resources

Backyard Wildlife

Conservation Teacher of the Year $1,000 Grant

"Exploring Georgia's Wildlife" Coloring Book

Guidelines for Holding and Collecting Animals for Educational Purposes

Species Profiles

Teacher Training Workshops

Project WILD

Growing Up WILD

Flying WILD