Georgia’s Revised Wildlife Action Plan Approved, at Work

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A statewide strategy to help conserve hundreds of Georgia animal and plant species has been revised and is being put into practice following federal approval.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decision this fall on Georgia’s State Wildlife Action Plan clears the way for continued efforts and new projects focused on nearly 640 species considered high priorities for conservation. That lineup varies from bald eagles to gopher tortoises and Georgia aster wildflowers.

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