Wildlife Research Biologist and
Teaching /Professional Interests
Gary received his Ph.D. in wildlife science from Oregon State University. His research focuses on resolving human-wildlife conflicts and has included ungulates, carnivores, and rodents. He is an affiliate faculty of Washington State University and Colorado State University. He has been a member of the Wildlife Society for many years, is the secretary/treasurer of the Wildlife Damage Management Working Group, and has served as president of the Pennsylvania and Washington chapters. He has served as Chair of WCC-95 (Western Coordinating Committee for Vertebrate Pests of Agriculture, Forestry, and Public Lands). He is the Region 2 (Southern Rockies) Director of the National Animal Damage Control Association and a board member of the Consortium for International Crop Protection. He has authored or co-authored more than 50 scientific publications and has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses. He was formerly employed by Penn State University and Argonne National Laboratory.
- Ph.D. Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University - Corvallis, OR
USDA /APHIS /WS
National Wildlife Research Center
4101 LaPorte Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80521-2154
(970) 266-6089 - FAX