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Buyer Beware! A scam license website has been detected by the Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Division. This site appears to be active in both North Georgia and on the coast.
Little to no experience operating a firearm or bow?
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) announced today the appointment of Thom Litts to chief of fisheries management.
Wanted: More projects that need a hand helping Georgians enjoy and better understand animals, plants and habitats emphasized in Georgia’s State Wildlife Action Plan.
A Bulloch County teacher’s proposal to create a pollinator garden earned her school a $1,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Conservation agencies and organizations teamed up with officials at the Imperial Sugar plant to rescue a manatee and her calf from the Savannah River Friday.
This holiday season, give the wildlife enthusiast on your list a “license” to keep enjoying the activities they love.
DNR-OSI acquisition, home to the largest known population of endangered hairy rattleweed, will help conserve at-risk species.
Commercial fishermen can take to the water beginning at 12 a.m. on Weds., Jan.
The seasonal return of North Atlantic right whales to the Southeast has started like clockwork.
Be sure to use the brand new 2020 Georgia Sport Fishing Regulations Guide as you make all your fishing plans for next year says the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Div
Hey, kids! Do you enjoy nature as well as creating artwork? Georgia’s 15th annual Youth Birding Competition invites resident children and teens to celebrate birds through a T-shirt Art Contest.
With waterfowl hunting season opening Sat., Nov.
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 N
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.