PERRY, Ga. - The Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter is opening up to house about 250 horses being moved out of the path of Hurricane Ian. Stall reservations will be open on a first come, first served basis. Appropriate paperwork and proof of a negative Coggins test will be required.
PERRY, Ga. (WGXA) -- With Hurricane Ian approaching, the Georgia National Fairgrounds are offering up shelter space for horses. In a Facebook post, the Georgia National Fairgrounds state that they can provide shelter for up to 250 horses. All stall reservations are on a first-come-first-served basis and appropriate paperwork and...
GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - South Carolina officials say they’re waiving certain requirements for farm and companion animals being evacuated from Florida and Georgia due to Hurricane Ian. Clemson University says the action was requested by animal health officials in Florida. “In order to accommodate evacuations in advance of...
This week marks the last week of Georgia Grows Native for Birds Month as Georgia Audubon wraps up a month-long celebration of the important connection between birds and native plants. Why are native plants so important for birds, you ask? Without native plants and healthy habitats, we would have no birds. In order for Georgia Audubon to fulfill our mission of building places where birds and people thrive, it is critical that we create bird-friendly habitats and encourage others to do so as well.
We’ve nearly reached the end of the season. Pawnee will likely be ready to shake by the middle or end of next week and we are nearing the end of kernel filling on most other cultivars. I’ve had many calls today about whether or not to spray a pyrethroid for stink bug and/or weevils and whether or not to be concerned with aphid/mite flaring behind any such sprays.
Good Dog Happy Owner is proud to offer dog training programs throughout Georgia, including Peachtree City, Fayetteville, Brooks, Senoia, Sharpsburg, Palmetto, Grantville, and Hogansville. “I spent 30 years in the corporate world training, and as a parent and grandparent, I know how to work with children of all ages,” says...
In Georgia, it is illegal to raise or keep deer as pets.
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WEBSTER COUNTY, Ga. – Two male rattlesnakes were caught duking it out on a Georgia trail over the weekend. According to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the snakes were fighting over a female. The video in the media player at the top of this article shows the fight...
Good Dog Happy Owner is proud to offer dog training programs throughout Georgia, including Peachtree City, Fayetteville, Brooks, Senoia, Sharpsburg, Palmetto, Grantville, and Hogansville. "I spent 30 years in the corporate world training, and as a parent and grandparent, I know how to work with children of all ages,'' says Nick Garrison, owner of Good Dog Happy Owner. "I am also certified through the Council of Professional Pet Dog Trainers."
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PRESTON, Ga. - You've heard of a catfight, and a dogfight. But have you ever seen a rattlesnake fight? This video released by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources shows two snakes native to Georgia getting rowdy. The Wildlife Resources Division posted it to their Facebook page on Saturday. A...
Overdramatic doesn’t even begin to describe this hognose snake’s “death performance” when it came in contact with a Georgia wildlife officer. But, as unnecessary as the display seems, it’s actually a crucial survival tactic for the nonvenomous species. While collecting scientific data for the state’s...
A hungry whitetail buck was more than willing to submerge its muzzle to score some soggy corn in a Georgia field. On September 8th, the Georgia Outdoor News published a story that Jeffrey Autrey, an electrician from Collins, GA had sent in. Autrey apparently spread five gallons of corn across some lowland habitat near the Altamaha River on a new lease. He then placed a trail camera on a nearby tree. He was hoping to get a view of possible shooter bucks for the fall. Autrey didn’t expect to catch much footage after some hard rain.
ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - Big cat sightings in other states that have been caught on camera have people in Georgia talking. Some people insist they have seen them here. J.R. Gill and his wife live in Midway, which is south of Savannah. Earlier this summer, Gill discovered something had killed...