Ask Your US Representative to Help Bring $27.8M to Georgia

Can you fathom Georgia without quail? or songbirds? A major new study in the journal Science has found widespread declines in bird numbers since 1970. Today, three billion fewer birds fill the skies—a 29 percent decline. Meadowlarks, sparrows, finches, warblers,...

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Georgia Water Coalition’s 2019 Clean 13 Water Heroes

The Georgia Water Coalition's 3rd annual Clean 13 report highlights work to protect Georgia's water accomplished by state and local governments, businesses, industries, non-profit organizations and individuals. From innovative efforts to stem stormwater pollution at...

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Georgia Water Coalition Update

Georgia Wildlife Federation hosted the annual spring meeting of the Georgia Water Coalition on April 24th at our Alcovy Conservation Center. Seventy people attended representing over 40 GWC member groups. Two special guests this year included Josh Hildebrandt, policy...

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GWF Welcomes Dan Fletcher to the Board

GWF is pleased to welcome Dan Fletcher to the Board of Directors. Dan, an employee of WC Bradley Farms, Inc., comes to us from Columbus and is serving as a Director-at-Large. Dan’s first priority is to expand the presence and influence of GWF in the Columbus area. As...

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Georgia Hunters for the Hungry Update

Thank you to all of our sponsors, hunters, and processors who made the 2018-2019 GHFTH season a success. Together, we provided 14,133 pounds of venison to Georgia food banks and fed approximately 56,532 high-quality, protein-rich meals to Georgians in need. Five new...

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Clay Shooters Brave Storms to Support GWF

The 2019 Clay Shoot for Conservation was like no other. With severe weather looming, our sporting clay teams and volunteers traveled to Burge Plantation in Mansfield not knowing if the weather would "dampen" the day. Although the storms did indeed drench everyone,...

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Exploring the Alcovy Conservation Center

From September 2018 to May 2019, over 100 community members of all ages were treated to informative morning walks at the Alcovy Conservation Center thanks to volunteer naturalist Kathy Whitworth (pictured bottom-center). Nature-lovers identified birds, insects,...

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GWF Private Lands Stewardship Program is ON THE GROUND

The GWF Private Lands Biologist is now available to provide AT NO COST land management assistance to landowners in focal counties in central Georgia. Given the importance of active management in developing and maintaining quality wildlife habitat, the GWF Biologist...

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Connecting with Community at the Keeping Georgia Wild Festival

The second annual Keeping Georgia Wild Family Festival, held May 18 at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center in Mansfield, proved once again to be a wonderful community outreach opportunity for GWF. Staff, board, volunteers, and representatives from other sponsoring...

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