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B&C Fellow - Bryan Stevens

Bryan Stevens
Michigan State University, 
Ph.D. 2016

Dr. Bryan Stevens completed his doctoral degree under the mentorship of Dr. Bill Porter, where he developed population assessment and decision support tools to inform wild turkey harvest management in Michigan. While completing his doctoral degree, Bryan also worked directly with management stakeholders and other scientists to evaluate turkey management options using structured decision making. Following completion of his degree, Bryan and his wife headed west to Idaho, where he was hired as a postdoctoral research associate with the Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and then promoted to Research Scientist in 2018. His recent research has included modeling habitat for wetland birds, developing population assessment tools to inform management of white-tailed deer harvests, and modeling vital rates for greater sage-grouse. Bryan is currently based in Moscow, Idaho.


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