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

New Mexico Staff Member

Craig Reddell

Craig Reddell



I was born and raised in San Diego, California, and grew up exploring the Sierra Nevadas and Sonoran Desert. I received a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Sonoma State University in 2007, and spent the following years working on a variety of wildlife projects. My research interests include urban wildlife ecology, population dynamics, and wildlife epidemiology.

Research Publications Publication Date
Reddell, C.D., F. Abadi, D.K. Delaney, J.W. Cain III, and G.W. Roemer. 2021. Urbanization’s influence on the distribution of mange in a carnivore revealed with multistate occupancy models. Oecologia 195:105-116. | Download February 2021
Presentations Presentation Date
Reddell, C.D., G.W. Roemer, and J.W. Cain III. 2017. The Adaptability and Disease Patterns of an Urban Coyote Population in the Mojave Desert. 24th Annual Conference of the Wildlife Society, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. (POSTER) September 2017
Technical Publications Publication Date
Roemer, G.W., J.W. Cain III, C.D. Reddell, T. Karish, J. Gedir. 2018. Investigations into the control of invasive feral burro and coyote populations on the National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California. Report to the U.S. Army Construction and Engineering Research Laboratory. January 2018