I'm an assistant professor of Landscape and Habitat Management with the School of Natural Resources. As a Nebraska Extension and research scientist, my goals are to create innovative solutions to the growing wildlife conservation and management needs in a multi-functional Nebraska landscape where there are competing interests for agricultural production, wildlife conservation, and ecosystem services. I currently study the ecology and management of deer, predators (e.g., coyotes, raccoons, etc.), gamebirds (e.g., pheasants, wild turkeys, etc.); and how landscape-level management impacts wildlife populations.
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