Georgians have chance for ‘adventure’ on National Hunting and Fishing Day
Fun events, plenty of activities and celebrating the passion for the outdoors is just what you will find at one of the many free celebrations that will be held in honor of National Hunting and Fishing Day on Sept. 22.
Georgians can help select wildlife car tags
Four new wildlife vehicle license plates are coming to Georgia, and the Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division wants the public to help select the best tag design.
Dolphins capture title via second tiebreaker
The Dalton Dolphins are champions again.
Pain equals gain for Finnell, adventure racing teammates
No sleep and limited resources. Cold rain falling while wearing soaked clothes. Running, paddling and riding for 20 hours straight. Dead legs and arms.
And still with 20 miles to go to the finish line.
It is a miserable existence.
At the same time, the four-member adventure racing team known simply as BDAR wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.
Feeling "Brave?" Try a Ga. DNR archery camp
If the movie “Brave” has drawn your children toward archery, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division is ready to help them learn and grow in the sport.
National Pollinator Week encourages everyone to “bee” good to pollinators
Learn what you can do to help the birds and the bees (the bats, butterflies and beetles, too!)
Hicks has his dream on the line
Since age 5, Rocky Face’s Derek Hicks has dreamed of nothing else but being a professional fisherman. Since 2006, he has been involved in trying to turn his love and greatest hobby into a full-time career as a pro on the Walmart FLW Tour.
Lately, he has seen some encouraging signs.
CRBI and River Eco Cengter host summer nature camp
The Coosa River Basin Initiative and the Rome/Floyd ECO Center will hold two summer nature camps June 18-22 and June 25-29.
CRBI launches bacteria water monitoring program for Etowah River users
In an effort to provide river users with information about when it’s safe to play in the Etowah River, the Coosa River Basin Initiative this month launched its summer bacteria monitoring program on the river in Bartow and Floyd counties.
Georgia state parks app ranks among top iTunes downloads
A free app highlighting Georgia’s State Parks and Wildlife Resources was recently ranked No. 34 in downloads on iTunes Apple store.
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