William Gulsby

Assistant Professor, Wildlife Management

Office: 2331
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Degrees:
B.S., University of North Georgia, 2008, Biology
M.S., University of Georgia, 2010, Forest Resources
Ph.D., University of Georgia, 2014, Forest Resources

Expertise: Gulsby is an expert in the areas of wildlife habitat management in forested and agricultural systems, white-tailed deer ecology and management, and coyote ecology.
Teaching Responsibilities: Wildlife Habitat Assessment and Management, Wildlife Sciences Summer Practicum, and Techniques in Wildlife Population and Habitat Management.
Research Interests: Managing wildlife habitat in silvicultural and agricultural systems; White-tailed deer ecology and management; Coyote ecology.