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With waterfowl hunting season opening Sat., Nov. 23, duck hunters should make note of some changes in this year’s hunting regulations, according to experts with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD).
The Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) is a brand-new program dedicated to assisting hunt clubs and landowners with deer management on private lands, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division.
Waterfowl hunters at Altamaha WMA need to review ongoing repairs and plan ahead.
Watch out for deer on and near roads during the fall season.
Be sure to encourage your young artist(s) to enter the annual Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art contest.
Great news for Georgia boaters! A partnership between the state Department of Driver Services (DDS) and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is making it easier for boaters to show they have the required boater education.
If you are looking to stock up that freezer with one of the healthiest meats available—your time is here!
Hunting is one of the safest sports, with only a small fraction of participants ever involved in a hunting incident.
In early October, an angler reported catching a northern snakehead, an aquatic invasive species, in a pond located on private property in Gwinnett County, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD).
Almost open for business!
The week-long primitive weapons deer hunting season opens Saturday, Oct. 12.
Hunters are encouraged to review safety information before heading out to the woods on the opening day of primitive weapons deer hunting season on Oct. 12, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division.
Approximately 26 short-finned pilot whales stranded on or near St. Catherines Island Wednesday, leaving 15 dead in Georgia’s second mass stranding of these hefty marine mammals this year.
Deer, squirrel, turkey, quail, dove, or duck—all hunt-able species in Georgia. But, do you know how to hunt them?
The time is almost here!
Did you know that more than half of all hunting incidents that occur are due to falls or other safety issues with tree stands?
Time to celebrate!
The anticipation is building, where will you be on opening day?