September is National Wilderness Month. The Georgia wilderness is a habitat for the state’s wildlife, and the breeding ground for many animal species. We would like to point you to some DLG resources that feature the protection of Georgia’s wild places and natural resources.
Find weekly reports from Georgia conservation rangers (game wardens) assigned to enforce Georgia’s wildlife laws, protect Georgia’s wildlife populations, and educate citizens about hunting and boating safety.
Georgia wild : news of nongame and natural habitats (Georgia. Dept. of Natural Resources. Wildlife Resources Division. Nongame Conservation Section). Newsletter for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division. Provides updates about statewide efforts to conserve nongame wildlife and natural habitats.
Protected animals of Georgia (Georgia. Department of Natural Resources. Wildlife Resources Division. Nongame-Endangered Wildlife Program). Illustrated information manual on animals designated by the state of Georgia as endangered, threatened, rare, or unusual.
According to the National Honey Board, honey bees are responsible for pollinating up to eighty percent of insect-pollinated plants that comprise as much as one third of America’s diet. As a byproduct of this process, more than 300 types of honey can be found in the United States.
To celebrate National Honey Month, we have picked out a few resources in the DLG that feature honey and honeybees. We hope you enjoy them.