Coyote-tracking study is working well so far

A study launched three months ago to track coyotes using GPS telemetry is progressing smoothly, with one of the wandering animals showing up in Augusta just in time for Masters Week, according to researchers.

Ga. pipeline practices changed over time

...Atlanta."They were given right of eminent domain way back then," said Tanner, a former director of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.'RED HILL PLANTATIONS'The law stayed that way until an effort to build across Georgia's "red hill...

Alligator snapper turtles slow to recover from heavy decline

...wildlife biologist John Jensen, of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, said restoring the species could take...few exceptions, that is stocked by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources or our partners at the U.S. Fish and...

Lake Lanier boat crash kills 1, injures 1

...newspaper reports that the Hall County Fire Services Marine Rescue unit was at the scene and assisting the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.___

Pavey: Beavers aren't eager to see visitors

Everyone knows to keep their distance from gators, nesting geese and angry yellowjackets. As it turns out, beavers need their space, too.

Georgia angler Ed Lepley ties his state white bass record

...on my scales," he said.The fish was kept in the boat's bait tank until it could be taken to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources office, where fisheries biologist Ed Bettross weighed it on certified scales.The 19.74-inch fish...

Augusta history marker cited in bill to preserve past monuments

...longer complies with my way of thinking,'" Benton said.He pointed to an historical marker that the Georgia Department of Natural Resources removed from a downtown Augusta sidewalk after a single visitor complained that it contained a 150-year-old...

School bus overturns on William Few Parkway

...summer and late winter months in search of food, Ira B. Parnell, a senior wildlife biologist with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, said recently. They are most active during the early morning and late afternoon.

Graystone Ranch relinquishes animals, withdraws USDA application

...A coatimundi, two foxes, three raccoons, an alligator and turtle ? all animals regulated by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources ? have been relocated to other permitted facilities in the state until permanent homes are found, Lt...

The annual winter fish kill is underway at Thurmond Lake

...exceptionally well ? without a single fatality or a single "shooter-victim" incident.According to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, it is the first season since the compilation of statewide records began in 1990 that no fatal accidents...