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Don McGowan

Regional Operations Manager

WRDS

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Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) provides the leading business intelligence, data analytics, and financial research platform for global institutions dedicated to providing comprehensive thought leadership and historical analysis. Part of the Wharton Schoo... more.

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Georgia


Senior Biologist With the Wildlife Resources Division Points

DNR


Wildlife Biologist

Georgia Department of Natural Resources


Senior Wildlife Biologist

the State Department


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www.gon.com

Don McGowan, regional operations manager for WRD, addressed more than 150 people who attended a public meeting in Wilkes County to discuss potential changes in the state's hunting regulations. The meeting was one of eight such gatherings statewide.


www.gon.com

Don McGowan, regional operations manager for WRD, said the state's whitetail herd is nowhere near its peak of 1.6 million to 1.7 million animals more than a decade ago.
"The deer population in the state has definitely come down," he told the crowd. "Today, it's down to about 1 million-we think." The decline has been attributed to hunting pressure, liberal bag limits, longer seasons and the rapid spread of coyotes, which prey on fawns each spring. "In recent years, we have seen a negative trend in fawn recruitment," McGowan said, "but we've seen an aggressive trend in doe harvest." During 2013-14 and the 2014-15 seasons, a buck-only period was established in most areas of the state from Dec. 1-25, but it remains unclear if the break is helping to reduce the harvest of antlerless deer, McGowan said. McGowan said comments collected at the eight meetings will be evaluated as part of DNR's process of proposing revisions to the state's hunting regulations.


preview.georgiasportsmanmag.com [cached]

"The 20-to-30-year population trend in Georgia is declining slightly but we're not sure why," said Don McGowan, senior wildlife biologist with the WRD.
"Hopefully, in a year or two we'll have a better picture of what's going on," McGowan noted.


preview.georgiasportsmanmag.com [cached]

"The 20-to-30-year population trend in Georgia is declining slightly but we're not sure why," said Don McGowan, senior wildlife biologist with the WRD.
"Hopefully, in a year or two we'll have a better picture of what's going on," McGowan noted.


www.georgiasportsmanmag.com

"The 20-to-30-year population trend in Georgia is declining slightly but we're not sure why," said Don McGowan, senior wildlife biologist with the WRD.
"Hopefully, in a year or two we'll have a better picture of what's going on," McGowan noted.


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