Georgia Hunter Ed Instructor of Year Announced

This award is presented annually in recognition of an instructor who displays outstanding efforts in educating sportsmen and women on wildlife conservation, and the importance of safety while hunting.

Early Teal and Goose Hunting Seasons Begin in September

Early teal season and early Canada goose hunting seasons are the first opportunity of the year for waterfowl hunters to get out in the field

Brunswick man shatters African Pompano state record

He beat the previous record by almost 14 lbs.

St. Marys woman sets state record for Mutton Snapper

This is the first women's record for a Mutton Snapper.

MAP MONDAY: States with the Most Underprivileged Children

#MapMonday: Not all states are created equal and some states are considerably more dangerous - for a number of reasons - for children, which is why there is a continued focus on the amount of underprivileged children in each state.

U.S. DOT Sends Final Rule on Service Animals on Flights

US DOT said does not intend to take action against an airline for asking users of any type of service animal to provide documentation related to vaccination, training, or behavior so long as it is reasonable to believe that the documentation would assist the airline in making a determination as to whether an animal poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others.

Squirrel Hunting Season Opens August 15

Time to hit the woods in pursuit of Ole Bushytail!

Georgia Hunting Rules & Regs: What’s Changed?

From air guns to new public hunting locations...a good bit has changed this year. Check out the details -->

Georgia Tourism Announces New List of “Georgia’s 100 Plates”

The fifth annual digest-sized guide features the wildly popular nomination-based “Georgia’s 100 Plates” list; a feature on five noteworthy female chefs; a guide to the best places to sample peaches, barbecue, craft beer, international cuisine and Southern dishes; as well as an exceptional selection of the state’s best food and drink festivals.