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

Staff Member


Veon John

John Veon with a string of Mallards

Biological Technician
Email: johnveon@email.uark.edu

Research Publications Publication Date
Ruther, E.V., M Asher, G. Christie, C. Gale, A. Massey, C. Massery, C.R. Middaugh, J. Veon, and B.A. DeGregorio. 2021. Northern Bobwhite Occupancy Patterns on Multiple Spatial Scales Across Arkansas. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 12: 502-512 | Download December 2021
DeGregorio, B.A., Veon, J.T. and Massey, A., 2022. Wildlife associates of nine‐banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) burrows in Arkansas. Ecology and Evolution, 12(5), p.e8858. | Download June 2022
DeGregorio, B.A., C. Gale, E. Lassiter, A. Massey, C. Roberts, and J. Veon. 2021. Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasyrus novemcinctus) Activity Patterns are Influenced by Human Activity. Ecology and Evolution: 0-8. | Abstract | Download November 2021
Presentations Presentation Date
Veon, J.V., B.A. DeGregorio, L Naylor, and D.G. Krementz.2022. Body mass dynamics in wintering mallards in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Lower Mississippi Joint Venture Annual Conference. October 2022
Veon, J., B.A. DeGregorio, D.G. Krementz, and L. Naylor. 2021. Trends in Mallard Body Mass in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley 1979-2021. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference. November 2021
Veon, J. and B.A. DeGregorio. Habitat management for overwintering mallards: is it effective? March 2020
Northern Bobwhite Occupancy Patterns on Multiple Spatial Scales. 2022. Ellery Lassiter, John Veon, Chris Middaugh, Andrhea Massey, Marcus Asher, Cody Massery, Grace Christie, Connor Gale, and Brett DeGregorio. Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Spokane, WA. November 2022
Northern Bobwhite Occupancy Patterns on Multiple Spatial Scales Across Arkansas. 2022. Ellery Lassiter, John Veon, Chris Middaugh, Andrhea Massey, Marcus Asher, Cody Massery, Grace Christie, Connor Gale, and Brett DeGregorio. Arkansas Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Conference. March 2022
Does the Human Shield Hypothesis explains patterns of Virginia Opossum occupancy, abundance, and activity? 2022. John Veon, Ellery Lassiter, Emily Johansson, Michael Shaw, Leah McTigue, Andrhea Massey, Rylee Gibson, and Brett DeGregorio. Arkansas Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Conference. March 2022