It is unlawful to remove the head of a deer until the deer is processed or surrendered to a storage facility for storage or processing.
Persons transporting deer harvested by another hunter must possess, in writing, the complete name, address, telephone and hunting license number of the person who harvested the deer, and the Game Check confirmation number.
Written permission must be obtained from the landowner to hunt on power line, gas line, railroad, or other rights-of-way.
If you harvest a white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, moose or caribou in a state having a documented case of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), you may bring back only the following carcass parts: 1 – boned-out meat; 2 – processed cuts of meat; 3 – clean skull plates with antlers attached (not the entire skull); 4 – clean antlers; 5 – finished taxidermy mounts; and 6 – clean upper canine teeth (aka buglers, ivories, whistlers).
If you have a cell phone, enter the harvest date and county on the Harvest Record through the GA Outdoors App, online at or by calling 1-800-366-2661 before moving the deer from the site of the kill.
You can now report your harvest through the GA Outdoors App when your phone has no service.
This page contains all posts to the Wilkinsons Genealogical Requests Page from its inception through the end of 2005.
In September, 2006, a bulletin board system was set up to better handle the requests. Understand that I cannot verify the information below, as it is all submitted by other Wilkinson genealogists.
All new comments are now posted on the bulletin board. Also, feel free to search the Wilkinsons Genealogical database. m Y NAME IS r EX w ILKINSON OF c AMBRIDGE, o NTARIO.
m Y LATE FATHERS NAME WAS l AURENCE s TEDMAN w ILKINSON OF r EGINA s ASKATCHEWAN AND c AMBRIDGE o NTARIO.
Whole or field-dressed deer received by a cold-storage or meat processing facility must be marked with the hunter’s name , date, county of harvest and sex of deer. It is unlawful to take a deer by any means while it is in a lake, stream, or pond.
Hunting from a stand or platform attached to a transmission tower is trespassing and is prohibited.
Archery hunters must wear at least 500 square inches of hunter orange during primitive weapons and firearms deer seasons, except in Archery-Only Counties or WMAs. During the statewide primitive weapons deer season and WMA primitive weapons hunts, youth under 16 years of age may hunt deer with any legal deer firearm.