Birds of Prey
Pete Griffin has been with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources for 30 years. His birds of prey program demonstrates the variety of native species throughout the state, and examines why some of these birds are looked on as both beautiful and even sometimes threatening.
Jason is president of the Southeastern Reptile Rescue and a licensed nuisance wildlife control expert. Since his teen years, he has been confidently handling Georgia’s native reptiles, and today, his entertaining wildlife programs fascinate his audience while providing details on the importance of our state’s snakes, alligators and lizards.
Activities for Kids
Kids of all ages will enjoy the fishing rodeo, BB range, reptile display, face painting, and craft projects like bird house building and turkey call making.
Hunter Education Course
Participants register online at www.georgiawildlife.com or at the show on Friday afternoon. Course times are from 6PM – 8PM on Friday, August 18, and 9AM – 5PM on Saturday, August 19. Participants must assemble at the North Gate ticket gate at 5:30PM on Friday. All students are required both days. Enrollment is limited to first 75 people.
Friday: 1pm – 7pm
Saturday: 9am – 7pm
Sunday: 10am – 5pm
Senior (65 up) and Youth 6-12: $8.00
Kids (5 and under): FREE
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