Forestry and Environmental Conservation Department
Office: 248 Lehotsky
Ph.D. Forest Resources
Clemson University 1992
Clemson University 1984
B.S. Forest Resources
University of Georgia 1977
Principles of Wildlife Management
Wildlife Damage Management
Forest Wildlife Management
Natural Resource Measurements (Wildlife section)
I teach several courses dealing with wildlife ecology and management.
I have studied numerous wildlife species in the southeast over the past several years and enjoy collaborating with students, professors and wildlife biologists especially on trapping and monitoring techniques. I am a TWS Certified Wildlife Biologist and currently serve as adviser to the Clemson Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
Major research efforts have concentrated on the impacts of southeastern forest management and wildlife interactions at the landscape level.
I assist in development of numerous wildlife and forest management demonstration sites on the Clemson Experimental Forest and currently monitor those sites.