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Contact a wildlife scientist
- Deer Biologist
Deer, hunter harvest surveys, deer disease surveillance.
Joe N. Caudell, Ph.D.
- Furbearer Biologist
Muskrats, minks, beavers, opossum, raccoons, skunks, weasels, river otters, coyotes, bobcats, red and gray foxes, bowhunter survey, regulated trapping.
- Grouse/Turkey Biologist
Turkeys, grouse, wild pigs, turkey brood survey.
Vacant – Contact Scott Johnson
- Small Game Biologist
Rabbits, doves, quail, squirrels, woodcock, and pheasants.
Small Game Biologist
Vacant- Contact Theresa Bordenkecher
- Waterfowl Biologist
Ducks, geese, swans, teal, sora, and snipe.
- Herpetologists (reptiles, amphibians)
Snakes, frogs, turtles, salamanders, lizards, and hellbenders.
Bats, badgers, Allegheny woodrats, weasels, swamp rabbits, Franklin’s ground squirrels, plains pocket gophers, bear reports.
- Nongame Aquatic Biologists (mussels, endangered fish, etc.)
Freshwater mussels, nongame fish, crayfish, aquatic snails, freshwater jellyfish, and endangered aquatic species.
Nongame Aquatic Biologist
Assistant Nongame Aquatic Biologist
- Ornithologists (birds, raptors)
Eagles, whooping cranes, songbirds, migratory birds, owls, barn owls, nest boxes, and nesting box cameras.