"Some Georgia motorists may only expect deer to cross rural roadways, while in fact, urban and suburban roads are also prime areas for deer-car collisions," explains Don McGowan, Wildlife Resources Division biologist.
"Determining accurate harvest levels for game species, such as doves, is critical to the scientific management of game populations," says Don McGowan, a Wildlife Resources Division Game Management biologist.
"With the deer population hovering around 1.2 million statewide and the continued urbanization and development in and around a number of the state's metropolitan centers, deer-car collisions are occurring more and more often around urban/suburban areas," explains WRD Sr. Wildlife Biologist Don McGowan.
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