Gobble. Cluck. Purr. Music to the ears of all the eager turkey hunters ready for the season to open on Saturday, Mar. 24.
Landowners and gov. agencies are teaming up in southwest Georgia to conserve rare wetlands and their rarest plant species – endangered Canby’s dropwort.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division wants you to know about a gift that is sure to please all hunters and anglers.
Wanted: Projects that can use a hand helping Georgians enjoy and better understand animals, plants and habitats in Georgia.
Georgia DNR biologists teamed with partner organizations Oct. 19-20 to capture and move eight of these small, endangered woodpeckers.
A Cherokee County teacher’s proposal to create a pollinator garden at her school has earned a $1,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Watch out for deer on and near the roads! Motorists are urged to exercise caution during the fall as this is a time of peak deer activity.
Last year, almost 42,000 hunters took to the woods with muzzleloaders, bringing in 6,000 deer, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Hunters are encouraged to attend any of four upcoming public meetings regarding the draft Strategic Management Plan for Wild Turkeys in Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) wants to know if you have plans for opening day.
On this day, celebrated Sept. 23 of this year, everyone across the state of Georgia can enjoy any of eight FREE scheduled celebratory events.
Beyond Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BBOW) program offers an “Advanced Women’s Handgun Workshop” this September at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center.
This past weekend, the 2017 Southeastern Youth Clay Target Combine took place at the Palmetto Shooting Complex in Edgefield, South Carolina.
Near Lumber City, an unusual example of Georgia’s ecology and geology has been purchased by the Georgia DNR, with assistance from The Nature Conservancy.
Twelve school children were announced today as statewide winners in Georgia’s statewide Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division recently hosted the 2017 NASP IBO Georgia State 3D Challenge in Dublin, Georgia.
Four budding bird artists recently were selected as T-shirt Art Contest winners in Georgia’s 12th annual Youth Birding Competition.
Situations become much more complex, and sometimes pose a danger to the wildlife or people, when an animal is moved or taken into a home.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division offers license buyers an opportunity to add a credit card style license.
From March to August, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division is introducing the Georgia Coyote Challenge.