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Archived Press Releases

SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

What to do when flightless geese make a molting mess.

Atlanta, GA
SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

Time to make your duck, dove and goose hunting plans for the year.

SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

Beginning June 1, hunters can apply electronically for quota hunts including youth, deer, alligator, waterfowl, dove and many others, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildl

SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

Bears are going to act like bears. That might mean digging through your trash can, knocking down your bird feeder, or eating your pet’s leftover food on the back porch.

SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

National Fishing and Boating Week (NFBW), which includes two free fishing days, provides an excellent reason to get outside and take advantage of the amazing natural resources available in Georgia.

SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

Whether it is a raccoon rumbling around in a garbage can or a coyote finishing off the pet food left on the back porch, many people have had some sort of human-wildlife conflict issue.

Social Circle, Ga
Brunswick, GA
Social Circle, Ga
FOLKSTON, GA

The top spots continue to fall as Georgia waters keep yielding record fish!

MANSFIELD, GA

Do you have an older kid or teen that would rather be outdoors than inside? We have the perfect summer solution for them.

Brunswick, GA
SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

Kids want and need your time. So, make time for a lifetime memory for you and your child at a Kids Fishing Event!

SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

Test those angling skills this year and grab yourself a Georgia Bass Slam!

MANSFIELD, GA

Mark your calendars because it is time to get “wild” at the Keeping Georgia Wild Family Festival at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center near Mansfield, Georgia, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Social Circle, Ga
SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA

The Canada goose is an adaptable bird that can thrive everywhere from open farmland and rural reservoirs to suburban neighborhood ponds, office complexes, parks and other developed areas.

Forsyth, GA
Social Circle, Ga

The viral disease called highly pathogenic avian influenza has been detected in bald eagles in Georgia and has likely undercut nesting success for eagles in the state’s coastal counties, according