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Georgia is offering a helping hand to projects that help people experience the animals, plants and natural habitats emphasized in Georgia’s State Wildlife Action Plan.
Looking for the best holiday gift idea for that special outdoor enthusiast on your list?
An Atlanta teacher’s proposal to design and create birdhouses earned her school a $1,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Citing threats from non-native species, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources has expanded limits on animals that can be bought, sold or kept as pets in the state.
Teachers and students across the state are invited to celebrate wildlife through art by participating in the 33rd annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
Waterfowl hunters - get ready for the 2023 Duck Season!
Go Draw a Fish! The 25th Anniversary Fish Art Contest is now officially underway.
Renovated Boat Ramp Opens in Meriwether County!
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is accepting applications for its 2023 Career Academy now through Nov. 30.
Why is Fall the time of year that you need to be more vigilant while driving?
If you were looking for a reason to go trout fishing, we have just the ticket.
After more than 25 years of work by conservationists, the imperiled smooth coneflower has reached a recovery milestone: a downlisting from endangered to threatened under the federal Endangered Spec
Hunting repeatedly shows itself as a safe sport.
In Georgia, the gopher tortoise will not be added to the federal Endangered Species Act list in large part because of the power of partnerships.
Will you take advantage of the upcoming week-long primitive weapons deer hunting season opening Saturday, Oct. 15?
Planning on hunting during the primitive weapons deer hunting season that opens on Oct. 15? Wait!
Hey, kids! Do you enjoy nature as well as creating artwork? Georgia’s 17th annual Youth Birding Competition invites resident children and teens to celebrate birds through a T-shirt art contest.
Don’t miss the chance to see migratory birds passing through some of coastal Georgia’s best viewing areas this fall.