Chehaw Wild Animal Park: Albany, Georgia, USA
Wildlife Federation: 11600 Hazelbrand Road, Covington, GA 30014
GWF began as a sportsman's organization in 1936 and since then we've grown to become Georgia's oldest and largest conservation organization. Today, our members include bird watchers, hunters, anglers, educators, gardeners, hikers - a diverse group of individuals united by our concern and compassion for the environment.
Gorilla Haven: Morgantown, Georgia
Conservation Center: Dawsonville, Georgia
Currently exhibiting over 300 kangaroos of 9 species, our Center has successfully bred and cared for over a dozen different species of marsupials in the past 24 years. We invite you to visit and enjoy the unique wildlife educational adventure that we offer, an experience to remember forever!
Okefenok: Waycross, Georgia
National Register of Historical Places. A homestead representing the frontier agricultural lifestyle maintained by an early settler at a time when industry and commercial growth was a concern. The park also displays zoological and biological knowledge obtained by this great swamper. He knew every plant and animal by name, sometimes only by given "swamp names."
Atlanta: Atlanta, Georgia