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Online, on the app, and in print, the 2020–2021 Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations Guide is available, announces the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division.
Georgia Hunt and Learn programs provide an educational experience targeted to those with little to no hunting experience, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resource
Catch five different bass species and you have a Georgia Bass Slam!
Have you really and truly lived a good southern life if you haven’t spent a whole day fishing and then fried up a “mess” of catfish for dinner?
Searching for a new place to fish? Be sure to start with one of Georgia’s 11 available public fishing areas (PFA).
In a discovery that didn’t shock scientists, the fungus behind the bat-killing disease called white-nose syndrome has been found in culverts in Georgia’s Piedmont region.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is offering a $1,000 grant to a third-, fourth- or fifth-grade public or private school teacher in the state who demonstrates exceptional energy and inno
Many people have discovered the joy of birdwatching as they sampled new activities during this time of closed workplaces, social distancing and cabin fever.
The Canada goose lives in a variety of habitats, often in locations that are in close proximity to people, such as suburban neighborhood ponds, office complexes, parks, and other developed areas.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Forever, and Title Sponsor Bass Pro Shops are proud to announce the winners of the 2020 Georgia Fish Art Contest.
Georgia’s beaches are not only vacation destinations, they’re top spots for nesting shorebirds and seabirds, and for migrating species feeding for long flights to the Arctic.
DNR Survey Suggests Rains to Blame for Fewer Eaglets in Region
Most human-bear encounters, such as a bear sighting, a bear up on a porch, or a bear in someone’s trash, are minor situations and almost all could be avoided if we become BearWise, according to the
The sandhill habitats of Georgia’s Coastal Plain are home to many rare species of plants and animals.
Twelve school children were announced today as statewide winners in the Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
Beginning June 1, hunters can apply electronically for quota hunts including adult/child, deer, alligator, waterfowl, dove and many others, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’
Need a reason to go fishing and boating?
The Go Fish Education Center is hosting three Fishing Day Camps this June and July.
Maybe you have a kid that would rather be outdoors than inside, or maybe you have one that likes science, or maybe you just have a kid that just needs to get some “wild” energy out.
Many species of wildlife, such as deer, coyotes, bears, raccoons, foxes and skunks can cause conflicts due to their sometimes intrusive and destructive habits in suburban settings, according to the