The wondrous findings of a global project to record the sound of ocean habitats threatened by climate change and pollution — then play it through loud speakers set up next to troubled reefs.
A dispute over whether a popular stretch of the Flint River in Upson County can be the exclusive fishing hole of those who own the shoreline drove a frenzied last-minute push to protect the public’s access to Georgia’s streams earlier this year.
Millions of dead fish have been found dead in an Australian river due to dangerously low oxygen levels in the water caused by receding flood waters, government officials said.
The luggage was unaccompanied on an international flight re-entering the U.S. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is now in possession of the skull.
A community of Indigenous peoples worried that mercury used by gold miners was contaminating the fish they eat. So they created a DIY team to find out more.
Conservationists say a sustainable fishing program has helped the recovery of the local pirarucu — which can be up to 10-feet long and weigh 450 pounds.
The creeks, streams and rivers we rely on for clean water are increasingly under stress from pollution and even from the power of rainfall itself.
To measure how that stress affects a watershed’s health, you can do lots of different things, like measuring the oxygen in the water or looking at how stormwater runoff changes a streambed. Or, you can look and see what is still living in the stream.
A sturgeon tagged and released 16 years ago was recaptured last week in northwestern Georgia, and state officials say it more than doubled in size in that time.
The massive fish have been protected since 1990, after they were nearly wiped out. But now, Florida is proposing allowing the first catch of goliath groupers in more than three decades.
Shakuntala Thilsted, one of the world's leading researchers of fish as a source of nutritious food, is the first woman of Asian heritage to receive the World Food Prize.
Imagine catching a really big fish — 7 feet long and weighing 240 pounds and estimated to be 100 years old. Oh, and you caught it in the Detroit River.
After years of contentious debate, The Army Corp of Engineers has made their recommendation on how to replace an Augusta dam with something that will...
The invasive northern snakehead fish has made its first ever appearance in Georgia. State wildlife officials are working to stop them from spreading.
The Department of Natural Resources is helping anglers — people who fish with a specific method using a rod and a line — safely return fish to Georgia’s...