ABAC students take a break from the books to burn some powder!

We just finished up the first annual ABAC Skeet Shooting Tournament. We did keep score and award a few prizes, but this event was much more about having a little fun while burning some powder and introducing new people to the sport. This tournament was part of our...

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GWF Hires Biologist for Private Lands Program

GWF is excited to announce that Evan Wheeler, Private Lands Biologist, has joined our team to provide forestry and wildlife habitat management technical assistance to landowners in central Georgia. Evan earned B.S. and M.S. degrees in Wildlife Sciences at Auburn...

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Campus R3 Coordinator Continues Warnell Learn-to-Hunt Program

Recruitment, retention, and reactivation (R3) programs intended to increase hunting participation are popping up left and right across the country, and 40 states now fund R3 positions. Amid the excitement surrounding the R3 “movement”, an important question lingers:...

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A Healthy River Starts with Small Streams

By Mike Worley, President Georgia Wildlife Federation The Chattahoochee River serves as Atlanta’s lifeblood and provides drinking water for more than four million people in the metro area. Sportsmen and women also know that the river is home to some of the best...

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Prescribed Fire Benefits People and Wildlife

Covington, GA –In a proclamation ceremony on February 4, Governor Kemp recognized February 3 - 10 as Prescribed Fire Awareness Week in Georgia. Georgia Wildlife Federation President Mike Worley, currently serving as chair of the Georgia Prescribed Fire Council, was in...

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Jan 7, 2019 – Camo Coalition Update

The 2019 Georgia General Assembly is in full swing and we've been busy at the Capitol monitoring bills that might affect your land, water, wildlife, and hunting and fishing opportunities. We don't want to bombard you with emails. If you see an action alert come your...

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