ATLANTA -- The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has revealed three new wildlife license plate designs.
The plates include a soaring bald eagle; a brook trout; and a group of animals including a quail, a deer and a wild turkey.
"We are pleased to announce the availability of these beautiful new designs for wildlife license plates," Dan Forster, director of the GADNR's Wildlife Resources Division, said in a statement. "Our hope is that these plates will be extremely popular because their proceeds fund critical conservation work in Georgia."
Wildlife plates are $60 plus the normal $20 annual registration fee. Yearly renewals are $35 plus the $20 registration fee.
Each new plates replaces a previous Wildlife Resources Division plate. GADNR spokesperson Robin Hill said the new eagle replaces the eagle with the flag and the hummingbird plates. The trout chasing a fly is the new Trout Unlimited design. The group of animals replace the original wildlife design with a deer and a quail in flight.
To learn more about the projects that benefit from the wildlife license plates, visit georgiawildlife.com.