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Camo Coalition Legislative Update: March 2024

              This has been a tremendously active year at the Capitol for Camo Coalition and you are making a real difference for the future of hunting and fishing. Thursday, February 29, marked a watershed day in the Legislature. Known as Crossover Day, any...

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A Tale of Rabbits and Students

Statesboro students recently went out on their third hunting trip in their Academics Afield programming. The 2023-2024 SY cohort, funded by the Georgia State Chapter of NWTF, had two previous hunts where the intended game species was not successfully harvested. During...

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Camp Charlie at the Okefenokee Returns to Folkston in February

Program expands to bring together returning campers as mentors for new families COVINGTON — Georgia Wildlife Federation’s Camp Charlie is returning to the Okefenokee February 23-25. The program targets families who would like to experience the outdoors but may lack...

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Camo Coalition Legislative Update: January 2024

  Welcome to Camo Coalition 2024. The Legislature begins today and we want you to be on the lookout for Camo Alerts during this legislative session. As many of you know, 2024 is the second year of the General Assembly session, any bills that were introduced last year...

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Academics Afield Students Hunt in the Rain

While becoming a hunter, a person may be faced with many obstacles that could deter them from continuing. For example, not harvesting can discourage a beginner from going out in the field again. For our Academics Afield Statesboro students in the 2023-2024 cohort we...

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Deer Hunt with a Crossbow Experience

By: Milo Raoof I recently had the opportunity as an Academics Afield Intern with the Georgia Wildlife Federation to hunt deer on private land with a crossbow. Mrs. Bashford and Mrs. Minchey organized and led the hunting event and we all had so much fun! We learned all...

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Deer Processing with the Jones Center at Ichauway

Albany State University students recently went to the Jones Center at Ichauway in Southern Georgia for a hands-on field dressing and processing workshop on deer. Brandon Rutledge, Conservation Coordinator at the Jones Center, welcomed the students on the property and...

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