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Assistant Professor, Kansas State University

Dan Sullins

M.S. in Wildlife Science and Management

Stephen F. Austin State University

Dec 2013

Habitat use and migratory origins of American woodcock wintering in east Texas

Dan completed his MS under the tutelage of Dr. Conway at Stephen F. Austin State University. He studied habitat use and migratory origins of American woodcock and spent as much time in the pineywoods as possible. Dan went on to complete a Ph.D. in Biology at Kansas State University where he studied lesser prairie-chicken population and landscape ecology. He currently works as an assistant professor at Kansas State University in the Department of Horticulture and Natural Resources where he teaches and conducts research related to management and conservation of wildlife populations. When not working, he spends his time wandering through the prairie with his Llewellin Setter and German wirehaired pointer

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