The public is invited to three upcoming meetings regarding the draft of the State of Georgia’s revised State Wildlife Action Plan next month.
The State Wildlife Action Plan is a strategy to conserve Georgia’s native wildlife species and natural habitats.
The plan will address conservation over the next ten years that will benefit many species including Golden-winged Warblers.
Public comments can be directed to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources or in person at the following meetings (from 6pm to 8 pm):
July 1: Georgia Wildlife Federation, 11600 Hazelbrand Road, Covington
July 7: Go Fish Education Center, off Interstate 75 (exit 134), Perry
July 8: Susan Shipman Environmental Learning Center, Georgia DNR Coastal Regional Headquarters, One Conservation Way, Brunswick
The public can comment up until July 15.