Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: New Mexico
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

New Mexico Staff Member


Chris Coxen

Chris Coxen

Master's
Email: ccoxen@gmail.com

Biography

Chris is interested in avian ecology, restoration ecology, and outreach that can help create a better informed, conservation minded public. After graduating from NC State, he worked as a technician for the NC State Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research unit on the North Carolina outer banks. He has spent the last four years as the field ecologist for a land trust in the Southern Appalachians, executing habitat management and wildlife monitoring projects around the Highlands of Roan. Chris joined the Carleton lab in 2014 and studies Band-tailed Pigeon migration and recruitment at NMSU. 

Presentations Presentation Date
Coxen, CL, SA Carleton, and D Collins. 2016. Evaluating the use of PIT tags and Satellite PTTs to model the survival and movements of Band-tailed Pigeons in New Mexico. Arizona/New Mexico Joint Annual Meeting of The Wildlife Society, Flagstaff, AZ February 2016
Coxen, CL, SA Carleton, and D Collins. 2015. Evaluating the use of PIT tags and Satellite PTTs to model the survival and movements of Band-tailed Pigeons in New Mexico. Arizona/New Mexico Joint Annual Meeting of The Wildlife February 2015
Coxen, CL, SA Carleton, and D Collins. 2015. Evaluating the use of PIT tags and Satellite PTTs to model the survival and movements of Band-tailed Pigeons in New Mexico. Annual meeting of the New Mexico Ornithological Society. Roswell, New Mexico April 2015