The Georgia Department of Natural Resources wants the public’s help in selecting the designs for four new wildlife vehicle license plates.
Residents can vote for the new wildlife tags online at www.georgiawildlife.com. They will be asked to fill out a short survey before voting. The deadline to vote is Sept. 15.
A share of purchases and renewals of the new tag will go toward conservation and habitat restoration efforts for the nongame conservation section, the Bobwhite Quail Initiative and the Trout Restoration Program of the DNR’s fisheries management section.
Dan Forster, director of the DNR’s wildlife resources division, said in a statement that officials are “excited about the opportunity to allow Georgians to vote on their favorite tag design.”
“We have many beautiful wildlife designs to pick from and we hope that the switch to a full plate design will excite the public and they will want one on their vehicle,” he said.
The information collected through the voting process will be used to determine which tags will be produced and made available for purchase through the state Department of Motor Vehicle Services.