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

Kansas Staff Member


Maureen Kinlan

Originally from Hanover, PA, Maureen studied Environmental Science and concentrated her undergraduate degree in Wildlife at King's College. She is now currently studying survival rates, habitat selection and movement of sympatric Mule Deer and White-tailed Deer in Kansas. Particularly regarding whether adult males shift their movements in response to hunting pressure. Her interests include the human dimensions of wildlife; specifically human and wildlife conflict resolution research, predator-prey dynamics, wildlife policy, and large mammal conservation and management.

Master's

Biography

Originally from Hanover, PA, Maureen studied Environmental Science and concentrated her undergraduate degree in Wildlife at King's College. She is now currently studying survival rates, habitat selection and movement of sympatric Mule Deer and White-tailed Deer in Kansas. Particularly regarding whether adult males shift their movements in response to hunting pressure. Her interests include the human dimensions of wildlife; specifically human and wildlife conflict resolution research, predator-prey dynamics, wildlife policy, and large mammal conservation and management.