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Georgia’s Rare Species Profiled in New Online Accounts

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. Quick: Name the turtle found in Georgia that lures prey using part of its tongue. Not sure? How about the Georgia mussel that grows inch-long spines, a blue crayfish known mostly from the Chatsworth area, the shorebird that sports a long orange bill, an endangered plant beleaguered…


Springtime Means Bear Sighting Time

A black bear sighting, even somewhere like metro Atlanta, is not altogether unusual, especially during the Georgia springtime. That’s because during the spring and summer, young male bears that are “on their own” for the first time may be found roaming and sometimes stumbling into non-traditional bear range, including suburbs…


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…


Annual Georgia ParkPass Saves Visitors Money

ATLANTA, GA., February 1, 2011 – Outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy Georgia’s many state parks can save money with a 2011 Annual ParkPass. The $50 pass exempts visitors from paying the $5 parking fee at state parks such as Amicalola Falls, Red Top Mountain, Kolomoki Mounds and Skidaway Island. The tag…


Partnership Helping Gulf Striped Bass

The Gulf striped bass was once common in many locations along the Northern Gulf coast and on the Mississippi River. But a combination of factors – including fishing, dams, and pollution – diminished the population and limited it to the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River system in Florida, Georgia and Alabama.  For years,…


Fish and Wildlife Service Announces Grants to Protect Coastal Wetlands – Texas Is Recipient

H. Dale Hall, Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, announced today that twenty-five conservation projects benefiting fish and wildlife on more than 13,543 acres of coastal habitat in twelve States will be funded with $20.1 million from 2009 National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program. Texas will receive a…


Primitive Weapons Deer Season Nears in Georgia

The weeklong primitive weapons deer-hunting season begins Saturday, Oct. 11. During the primitive weapons season, hunters may use archery equipment (including crossbows), muzzleloading shotguns (20 gauge or larger) and muzzleloading firearms (.44 caliber or larger). Last year, more than 61,000 muzzleloader hunters harvested approximately 16,133 deer, increasing both the number…


Recreatonal License and Boat Registration Changes

Visit: http://www.gadnr.org/pdf/FactSheetLicenseChanges4-11-08FINAL.pdf


Georgia’s Bobwhite Quail Initiative Receives Top Honors from Quail Unlimited

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) was one of three organizations to receive top honors from Quail Unlimited (QU) for efforts related to the Northern Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) at the seventy-second annual North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference held in Phoenix, Ariz. in March….