Animals & Plants
Printable fact sheets on the most common wildlife species you'll find in Georgia.
These profiles provide updated information on the identification, habitat use, distribution, ecology, and conservation of Georgia’s protected species and a selection of other rare species that are at risk but not legally protected. In addition to text, profiles may include photographs of organisms or habitats.
Check here to get useful information and fact sheets on everything from snakes, to butterflies; Whether you want to attract or manage the wildlife in your backyard, you can find it here.
Strategies and information for dealing with unwanted or destructive animals.
List of permitted professionals who can care for injured wildlife.
Here you will find rare species and natural community data for Georgia maintained by the Nongame Conservation Section. The protected species lists contain species protected at both the state and the federal level. The special concern lists include federally protected, state protected and other rare or imperiled plants, animals, and natural communities tracked by the Nongame Conservation Section.
Explore these pages for more information about many of the ongoing conservation efforts to preserve Georgia's wonderful species including red-cockaded woodpecker management efforts, northern right whale protection and the successful recovery of Georgia’s bald eagle population.
Links for federal agencies, conservation organizations and other educational and informational links.
Information about Georgia's Ginseng Management Program and other useful ginseng links.
Terry W. Johnson's "Out My Backdoor" column, which can be found in the Georgia Wild e-newsletter.