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The 2020-2020 Georgia Grouse Hunting Season
The 2020 - 2020 Georgia Grouse Hunting Season is the time of year when hunters can legally hunt and take Ruffed Grouse throughout the state of Georgia.
Hunters who have decided to hunt Ruffed Grouse during the 2020-2020 Georgia Ruffed Grouse Hunting Season have from October 15, 2020 through February 28, 2020 to enjoy this sport. During this time, these hunters can legally pursue their quarry, the grouse of course, from half and hour before sunrise until sunset daily. They are allowed to take a daily limit of 3 birds and can hunt statewide, as long as they have permission from the landowner where they are hunting if it is a private location.
Licenses, permits and certificates must be in the possession of any hunter who wishes to hunt grouse in Georgia during this particular hunting season. All resident hunters will be required to obtain a valid Georgia hunting license, a Georgia combination hunting and fishing license, a Sportsman's license or a Lifetime license. All non-resident hunters will be required to obtain either a 1-day or a 3-day hunting license. All hunters, including residents and non-residents, are required to have proof of successfully completing a hunter education program if they were born on or the first day of 1961.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resource Division, is asking Grouse hunters in Georgia to participate in a Ruffed Grouse Hunter's Survey. This survey is taking place to help the state with its Ruffed Grouse population. Grouse hunters are asked to gather one wing, some rump feathers and one central tail feather and send them to the Wildlife Resource Division in an envelope provided by the Wildlife Resource Division, not in a plastic bag. A plastic bag will hold moisture and ruin the feathers. The information gathered by the information and feathers submitted by the grouse hunters will allow game biologists too study flush rates, sex and age, sex ratios which are important aspects of monitoring the grouse population trends as well as aiding in better management of the grouse population in Georgia.