Although nest totals fell slightly from last year’s record high, Georgia Department of Natural Resources surveys documented strong wood stork nesting this spring and summer.
The Nongame Conservation Section of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources is offering a $1,000 grant to a 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade public or private school teacher showing conservation efforts
Alligator hunters Don’t wait! If you want to get a chance at a Georgia gator, you have got to get your quota application in by July 31.
For the third consecutive year, two Georgia elementary archery teams placed in the top five in the nation at the National Archery in the Schools Program National Tournament.
As a hunter, angler or other outdoor enthusiast, you invest your time and your money in Georgia.
More than two decades after Georgia protected alligator snapping turtles from commercial trapping, these heavyweight turtles with lightning-quick jaws are struggling to rebound in a former river……
Amphibians and reptiles benefited when John Jensen abandoned a geology degree and returned to school to study biology.
For the second year in Georgia, youth and mobility-impaired hunters will have a chance to turkey hunt the weekend before the statewide turkey season opens.
A high-tech research project helped along by a middle Georgia hunt club recently began tracking one of the state’s most rare raptors – a golden eagle.
Gov. Nathan Deal recognized three corporate forest landowners today for their stewardship and land management practices benefiting Georgia’s wildlife.
Hey kids! Do you like birds and love to draw or paint?
Georgia’s Youth Birding Competition turns 10 this spring, marking a decade of connecting young people with wildlife and positively impacting conservation in our state.
Having been involved with the TIPs board for more than a decade, QDMA was asked to serve as one of four groups currently on the advisory board of the new Ranger Hotline program.
Looking to begin or go beyond the basics relative to firearms shooting, but not sure where to start? The Family Day at the Range series provides a perfect opportunity…
Hunters and other interested citizens are invited to attend any of eight upcoming public meetings regarding the development of hunting regulations for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 hunting seasons.
Teachers and students across Georgia are invited to honor Georgia’s wildlife and students’ artistic interests by participating in the 25th annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division developed an internet database that would house biological deer data collected by biologists and technicians.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division has announced that anyone wishing to apply for a chance at a deer quota hunt need to get online by September 1st.
The Georgia DNR’s Wildlife Resources Division has announced the release of the 2014-2015 Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations Guide, now available online and in print.