...inaugural music and paddling festival was held last year in the same location along the Savannah River.Georgia's Department of Natural Resources issued a permit for the 2012 festival but at first refused to issue one this year over claims that part...
An accidental spill that sent 300 gallons of bleach into a storm drain last week appears to have caused a fish kill in a tributary of Rocky Creek, according to the Augusta Utilities Department.
A renewed push to strengthen Georgia's laws against boating under the influence of alcohol is gaining widespread support this year.
An expanded "fish passage" structure to move endangered sturgeon and other species around and past New Savannah Bluff Lock & Dam will require additional land acquisition in South Carolina, but is not likely to offer additional public access.
...whether allowing hunters to chase and kill gators creates more incidents and gator attacks.I asked Georgia's Department of Natural Resources for records of such incidents ? which are quite rare.In the past 40 years, just one fatality has...
Long before mammoth cargo ships steam into an expanded Port of Savannah, migrating fish could be swimming upriver past Augusta for the first time in decades.
At least eight bald eagles died at Thurmond Lake during the winter and early spring due to an algae-borne neurotoxin linked to the invasive weed hydrilla.
...cuts continue to loom, it is shrinking.Assistant Director Jim Ussery said the division - part of Georgia's Department of Natural Resources - just unveiled a new round of cuts that will cull seven more positions for 2012 and 2013."The new...
A new House bill would legalize the importation, breeding and sale of genetically-enhanced trophy whitetails that could be stocked at high-fence preserves where "hunters" pay huge sums to kill trophy deer.
ATLANTA - Boaters in Georgia's saltwater coastal region might soon be able to get permission to spend more than 30 nights on their vessels under a rule change to be considered next month by the Natural Resources Board.