Students will bury the carcass, then reconstruct the skeleton.
The advice comes after last year's rabies outbreak in northwest Georgia.
Georgia's proposal would earmark a portion of sales tax on outdoor gear to funding trails, parks, and other open spaces.
The carcass looked prehistoric, but biologists say it was probably a decomposing basking shark.
Hunting fees pay for wildlife conservation. With participation dropping, who will pick up the slack?
The monthly educational programs feature a lecture and a field trip.
The $25.8 million deal will connect the Eastside and Westside Trails, forming a continuous linear park.
Advocates estimate the measure would raise $20 million per year.
Last year the park hosted a record-breaking number of Appalachian Trail hikers.
The weeklong trip will chart the Yellow and Ocmulgee Rivers.
The raptors are still rare in natural settings after DDT and egg collecting wiped them out on the East Coast.
Native landscaping helped earn part of PATH400 the bird-friendly certification.