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Still Time to Register for Youth Birding Competition

Young birders have only until March 31 to sign up for this year’s Youth Birding Competition, a fun and free Georgia bird-a-thon set for April 16-17. The Youth Birding Competition is open to teams from kindergarteners to high school seniors. Everyone from experienced birders to first-timers is welcomed. The sixth…


Two Alaska National Wildlife Refuges Celebrate 100th Birthday

President Teddy Roosevelt recognized the national significance of Alaska?s abundant and unique bird life by designating the first National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska 100 years ago today, on February 27, 1909.  Portions of what are now the Alaska Maritime and Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuges were among the first of…


Georgia DNR Seeks Details on Eagle Shooting Near Tifton

Wanted: Information on the shooting of a young bald eagle last month near Paradise Public Fishing Area. Matt Henry of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources found the wounded bird caught in a fence Nov. 19 at the PFA near Tifton. He and Paradise manager Charles West used fishnets to…


A Goose By Any Other Name…

by Lowell Washburn With incredible weights attaining 10, 12, and rarely even 15 pounds, its easy to see where Iowa’s homegrown, corn fed giant Canada goose [Branta canadensis maxima] gets its name. But when it comes to determining the proper name of our smallest subspecies of Canada goose, the water…


Kids Recommend Osprey to be New State Bird of Florida

The osprey is the winner in a statewide vote of fourth- through eighth-graders to be Florida’s new official state bird. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the Department of Education teamed up to conduct the election as a civics lesson for the kids. Students across the state…


Annual Kids Wildlife Art Competition Announced by Magazine

RALEIGH, N.C.  – Wildlife in North Carolina magazine is sponsoring an art contest for children to encourage them to observe and appreciate native wildlife as an inspiration for art and science. Students attending kindergarten through eighth grade in North Carolina are eligible to enter an original work of a wild…