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Senior Wildlife Biologist

Phone: (404) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: d***@***.us
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Suite 1152 East Tower
Atlanta , Georgia 30334
United States

Company Description: The Environmental Protection Division of the Department of Natural Resources, Georgia's environmental protection and regulatory agency.

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Don McGowan, a Senior ..., 17 April 2012 [cached]
Don McGowan, a Senior Wildlife Biologist at the Georgia Department of Natural resources, said coyotes have been moving east from the Midwest for the last century.
"They're here to stay, they've colonized pretty much the entire continent of North America," McGowan said. "They're in very urban areas like Chicago and New York City, because the food sources are easy to find."
Coyotes eat everything from pet food to garbage to rodents. McGowan said neighbors can pitch in to pay a trapper to catch aggressive coyotes that attack pets.
CAUTION URGED ON ROADS TO AVOID DEER THIS AUTUMN | Outdoor Channel Outfitters, 16 Oct 2012 [cached]
says Don McGowan, senior biologist with the DNR's Wildlife Resources Division. "Changes in seasons and other factors lead to increased wildlife sightings."
He points out three key factors:
Press Release | Georgia DNR - Wildlife Resources Division, 13 Oct 2010 [cached]
"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.
Press Release | Georgia DNR - Wildlife Resources Division, 23 Aug 2010 [cached]
"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.
Motorists Urged to Watch for Deer and Wildlife (Greater Rome Times), 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
"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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