Contests, field trips, teacher resources and more—our portal for education gives you access to current information about Georgia's wildlife and beyond.
- Teaching Resources
- Year-round Programs, Field Trips & Summer Camps
- Teacher Education/Training Workshops
- Contests, Competitions & Grants
- Backyard Wildlife
- Georgia Wild E-Newsletter
- "Exploring Georgia's Wildlife" Coloring Book
- Guidelines for Holding and Collecting Animals for Educational Purposes
- Species Profiles
- "Calls of the Wild" — Georgia Frogs CD
- Article from Muse Magazine: Science@Work, Prescribed Burning
Educational Videos & Livestreams
Check out this specially curated playlist for environmental and outdoor education. The playlist features videos from Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Public Broadcasting and more.
Programs & Field Trips
Find an education center near your school with our education center location map.
The National Archery in the Schools Program is an in-school program aimed at improving educational performance among students in grades 4–12.
Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, located about an hour outside of Atlanta in Mansfield, GA curates many different programs to suit the needs of your classroom, including specialized plans.
- On-Site Programs
- Outreach Programs
- Overnight Field Trips
- Customized Programs
- Homeschool Programs
The Go Fish Education Center, located in Perry, GA offers educational programs that include on-site classroom programs, public workshops and seminars. Classroom programs are interactive, hands-on lessons that align to the Georgia Performance Standards. Learn more about what the center offers.
Located in Helen, GA, offers many educational programs that include on-site visits, outreach and teacher-led educational opportunities, as well as continued learning for teachers. View a brochure of current program opportunities.
- Camp TALON (Teen Adventures Learning Ornithology and Nature)
- Junior Naturalist Summer Camps
- Charlie Elliott Education Center Camps
This award-winning program provides a means for educators to teach important environmental and conservation concepts.
Growing Up WILD helps early childhood educators with an activity guide that builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them.
Flying WILD gives teachers the resources to introduce middle-school students to bird conservation through school bird festivals and hands-on classroom activities.
- Conservation Teacher of the Year $1,000 Grant
- Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest
- State Fish Art Contest
- The Youth Birding Competition (YBC)
- The Youth Birding Competition (YBC) T-Shirt Art Contest