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Wildlife Management News

A new study by the University of Georgia found Florida panthers are the No. 1 cause of mortality for white-tailed deer in southwest Florida. The researchers set out to get a better picture of what factors most affect the survival of Florida’s white-tailed deer, the most popular game species in the…
Using cameras and collars, UGA researchers aim to understand wildlife movements, geography   Squirrels, birds and opossums have all adapted to living in urban spaces. More recently, so have coyotes.   But much is still unknown about how coyotes move throughout urban areas, such as metro Atlanta, as…
Agriculture producers are well aware of the economic impacts they suffer at the snout and mouth of the wild pig. Hunters are harvesting pigs in the fall along with deer and other game species. Wild pigs are abundant, troublesome, and widespread in Georgia. Wild Pigs–also called feral swine, wild…
Spring isn’t just for wildflowers and pollen—it’s also a time to hear wild turkeys gobble across Georgia and much of the Southeast. That telltale chortle is also a signal that turkey hunting season is about to open, although changes to Georgia’s state regulations will keep hunters on standby for a…

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