Duck stamps are revenue stamps, not postage stamps. You can't use them to mail anything, but the money you pay enables the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service to buy or lease waterfowl habitat that is often included in our National Wildlife Refuge system.
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Less than two years after he was released from prison, Lewis Jackson found authorities waiting for him as he boarded a ferry boat on remote Sapelo Island carrying a cooler full of turtle eggs.
SAVANNAH, Ga. - Scientists are fine-tuning what they know about rivers and marshes flushed with saltwater by ocean tides so they can better predict how rising sea levels will reshape the Georgia coast over the next century.
A Minnesota dentist who killed Cecil the lion returned to work Tuesday after weeks away, walking silently into his small dental practice, past swarming media and a handful of protesters calling for him to be sent to Zimbabwe to face trial.
ATLANTA ? Even people who rarely set foot outdoors will be impacted multiple ways by a draft plan for managing the state's natural plants and animals.
"It's a living landscape that's always changing," said Campbell, whose mane of graying hair is the color of Spanish moss. "Here in the swamp, you can canoe for miles, or kayak and camp."
From now on, Georgia fishermen can try their luck in all mountain trout streams the year-around. No more seasonal streams, no more closing dates.
North America's largest freshwater turtle - the alligator snapper - has gained little ground in Georgia, despite being protected from commercial harvest for more than two decades, according to a new study.
COLONELS ISLAND, Ga. - Of all the fish for an angler to catch at Gray's Reef, it was a red snapper.
NEW ORLEANS - Federal protection might be needed for three amphibian species and seven reptiles, including the hard-biting, spiky-shelled alligator snapping turtle, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says.