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We hope to start a large-scale research project in north Georgia to address these very issues soon.

Georgia’s Wildlife Management Areas must accommodate a variety of hunting opportunities, not just deer hunting.

Currently, the most effective way to estimate the size of a deer population is by using trail camera surveys.

Recent research in Appalachian states just north of Georgia indicate that bears can be significant predators of fawns, however the impacts to adults are likely minimal.

However, this is a very complex issue in north Georgia that is likely intertwined with habitat issues, other predators, and competition with other species.

The variety of quota and non-quota hunts we have throughout the WMA system provides a broad range of hunting opportunities to suit a broad range of desires.

I recommend that you contact the Region 1 Game Management office at 706-295-6041 and ask to speak with the biologist for John’s Mountain WMA about deer management on the area.

Currently, the most effective way to estimate the size of a deer population is by using trail camera surveys.Recent research in Appalachian states just north of Georgia indicate that bears can be significant predators of fawns, however the impacts to adults are likely minimal.However, this is a very complex issue in north Georgia that is likely intertwined with habitat issues, other predators, and competition with other species.The variety of quota and non-quota hunts we have throughout the WMA system provides a broad range of hunting opportunities to suit a broad range of desires.I recommend that you contact the Region 1 Game Management office at 706-295-6041 and ask to speak with the biologist for John’s Mountain WMA about deer management on the area.While we do plant quite a few food plots on most of our WMAs, our primary focus is to enhance native habitat conditions.