Wildlife Conservation Research Group University of North Texas
Institute of Applied Sciences
Gyps bengalensis

The Wildlife Conservation Research Group consists of researchers from the Department of Biological Sciences and the Department of Geography. To learn more about specific projects conducted by each of these researchers and their students, please visit their personal sites:


Dept of Biological Sciences Research focus:
David J. Hoeinghaus, Ph.D. aquatic community and ecosystem ecology
sub-Antarctic Conservation, Wildlife Ecology
Jeff A. Johnson, Ph.D. systematics, phylogenetics and population biology
aquatic ecology and invertebrates
Kelly Reyna, Ph.D. wildlife ecology and management - UNT Quail
Dept of Geography
wildlife ecology and paleozoology