Many choices for new wildlife tags

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Bobwhite Quail Initiative: Quail, turkey and buck
A turkey and flushing quail, shown with a whitetail buck, is a candidate for Georgia's new Bobwhite Quail Initiative wildlife tag.
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Bobwhite Quail Initiative: Covey and whitetail deer
Candidates for Bobwhite Quail Initiative wildlife tag include a flushing covey shown with a whitetail deer.
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Bobwhite Quail Initiative: Chicks
Three candidates for the Bobwhite Quail Initiative wildlife tag include a mother quail with her chicks.
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Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund: Blue heron
The blue heron is one of seven candidates for the Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund tag, of which two will be chosen and sold.
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Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund: Bald eagle
The bald eagle with an American flag is one of seven candidates for the Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund tag, of which two will be chosen and sold.
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Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund: Eagle flies
The bald eagle soaring above Georgia pines is one of seven candidates for the Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund tag, of which two will be chosen and sold.
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Wildlife Conservation Fund: Hummingbird
The hummingbird shown with blooming trumpet creeper is one of seven candidates for the Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund tag, of which two will be chosen and sold.
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Wildlife Conservation Fund: Painted bunting
The painted bunting is one of seven candidates for the Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund tag, of which two will be chosen and sold.
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Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund: Right whale
The North Atlantic right whale is one of seven candidates for the Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund tag, of which two will be chosen and sold.
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Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund: Tree frog
The green tree frog is one of seven candidates for the Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund tag, of which two will be chosen and sold.
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(Trout Unlimited) wildlife tag: Rainbow trout.
Four design options for Georgia's new trout (Trout Unlimited) wildlife tags include this colorful rainbow trout.
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(Trout Unlimited) wildlife tag: Tout and fly.
A brook trout chasing a fly is one of the options being considered for Georgia's new trout (Trout Unlimited) wildlife conservation tag.
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(Trout Unlimited) wildlife tag: Trout
The brook trout is among four design options for Georgia's new trout (Trout Unlimited) wildlife tag.
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(Trout Unlimited) wildlife tag: Trout trio
A trout trio featuring a rainbow, brook and brown is one of four candidates for Georgia's new trout (Trout Unlimited) wildlife tag.

Description

Four new wildlife vehicle license plates are coming to Georgia, and the Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division wants the public to help select the best tag design. Georgians can vote for their favorite new designs by going to www.georgiawildlife.com and clicking the "Make Your Vote Count" link. Two new nongame wildlife designs will be chosen, along with one design each for the Bobwhite Quail Initiative program and Trout Unlmited. The new tags will be available early in 2013.

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