Rebecca McKee, Wildlife Ecologist
Last updated: June 2020
My path to wildlife biology and conservation
I grew up in the mountains of North Carolina. The beauty and the bounty of organisms in my own back yard inspired an ongoing curiosity for creatures and the natural world. Today, I harness that curiosity to study animal ecology and strategies for conservation. I received my BS from Davidson College in environmental studies and recently completed my MS in wildlife ecology and management at the University of Georgia's Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. Following grad school at UGA, I served as a visiting lecturer in the Biology Department at Towson University where I taught General Zoology.
Currently, I am a PhD student at the University of Florida where I will study the effects of invasive pythons on mammal populations in the Everglades.
Dr. Bob McCleery
Bob's lab at the University of Florida studies topics in mammalian conservation, global change ecology, and endangered species management.
Dr. Tracey Tuberville
Tracey's research at the Savannah River Ecology Lab focuses on developing and applying science-based approaches to the management of wildlife populations.
Dr. Clinton Moore
Clint is the Assistant Unit Leader for the Georgia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. He specializes in population modeling, statistical modeling, decision analysis, and adaptive resource management.