A Little History
Surburban Whitetail Managment of North Georgia, Inc. (SWMNGA) was formed in December, 1999 to
help local landowners, communities, and governments in need of deer reduction deal with whitetail
deer overpopulation problems in a safe, natural, and humane manner.  SWMNGA is based on
similar whitetail deer management groups around the nation and is designed to act as a
management tool for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GDNR) deer reduction goals.  
Organizations such as SWMNGA have been working successfully with property owners and
governements for as long as 20 years in states such as Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Virginia, and New
A Little More About What We Do
The mission of SWMNGA is to reduce to manageable size and maintain the population of whitetail
deer in several North Georgia counties targeted by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources
(GDNR) for reduction: Dekalb, Gwinnett, Rockdale, Fulton, Forsyth, Hall, Fayette, Henry, Douglas,
Cobb, Walton, Dawson, Barrow,and Cherokee counties. The focus of SWMNGA is to harvest
antlerless deer during the regular hunting season using our allotted big game tags. Acting in
cooperation with a state game biologist and the GA DNR, we will provide individual property owners,
homeowners' associations and other urban dwellers with a year-round, site-specific management
program.  Our programs are designed to minimize deer-related damage to ornamentals and
property, reduce deer-vehicle collisions and lower the threat of Lyme disease and other diseases
that can be transmitted by deer or their parasites.
Suburban Whitetail Management of North Georgia
SWMNGA, Inc. is a fully insured non-profit organization under the Federal 501 (c) (3) federal tax code specializing in  providing a FREE
service to area property owners experiencing problems with expanding whitetail deer herds by deploying highly qualified bowhunters
using portable tree stands where hunting can be performed from the safety of an elevated position.
© 2001 SWMNGA, Inc.
SWMNGA Supports Georgia Hunters for the Hungry
SWMNGA donates over 90% of deer harvested to Georgia's Hunters for the Hungry.   In 2010 hunters across Georgia donated 25,228 pounds of venison to the Food Bank system of Georgia
and fed more than 126,140 hungry Georgians. Georgia Hunters for the Hungry continues to provide a way for hunters to address hunger throughout Georgia and to help their fellow Georgians in
a time of need.  Last season, SWMNGA donated 71 deer to local food banks across north Georgia.  Assuming 50lbs per deer, Suburban Whitetail of North Georgia, Inc. donated a total of
3,550lbs of meat across the state of Georgia during the 2012-2013 deer season!
SWMNGA, Inc. greatly appreciates support from the following leaders in the hunting industry: