Georgia DNR Names new Chief of Game Management

August 21, 2013
By
John Bowers

John Bowers

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division recently named John W. Bowers as the new chief of the Game Management Section.

He fills the position left vacant by Mark Whitney, who recently was promoted to assistant director of the agency.

Bowers previously held the position of assistant chief of game management.

As chief of game management, Bowers will direct all section regional supervisors and assistant chiefs in coordinating and directing the statewide wildlife program, development of the statewide game management budget and oversight of federal Wildlife Restoration funding.

In addition, he will oversee the drafting of hunting and land use regulations and technical advice on wildlife provided to private, corporate and municipal landowners.

Bowers has a master’s degree in Wildlife Science from Auburn University and lives in Conyers with his wife, Catherine, and their son and twin daughters.

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