Wildlife Action of Georgia

2075 Kellogg Creek Road

Acworth, Georgia 30102

phone: 770-924-7464

fax: 770-881-7199

Last Update 10/21/2014

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"To Put Back More Than We Take"

"Local Folks Solving Local Problems"

 

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On behalf of the Board of Directors and the general membership, we invite you to Wildlife Action of Georgia. 

Wildlife Action is a private, non-profit, tax exempt (501c3), volunteer organization.  We are dedicated to the appreciation and enjoyment of our wildlife heritage through the values of preservation, conservation, education, sportsmanship and fellowship.

To that end, Wildlife Action of Georgia attempts to raise public awareness of diminishing wildlife habitat, illegal and inconsiderate outdoor activities, to promote the wise use of our natural resources and to educate the sportsman and non-hunter that our natural resources are for everyone and that the costs and benefits should be shared by all. 

The slogan “Local folks solving local problems” embodies the belief that the empowered individual can come up with new alternative solutions to problems and challenges.  Locally we are concerned with the lakes, rivers, and wetlands of Lake Allatoona and its tributaries.

At the Georgia Resource Center there are many activities available to members such as Birding, Nature trails, Picnicking, Camping, Fishing, and Canoeing.  We even have a Light Archery and Pellet Gun range.

I am certain you have many questions about what and who we are.  Click on this book to find out more about Wildlife Action.  It will take you to the about pages of our National Website.

Thank you for visiting.

Brian Welton

State Chapter President

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