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

Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Native sunflowers in a Kansas Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) field.

The Cooperative Research Units were created to enhance graduate education in fisheries and wildlife sciences and to facilitate research among natural resource agencies and universities on topics of mutual concern. The Kansas Unit, one of 40 units nationwide, is partnership among the U.S. Geological Survey, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, Kansas State University, and the Wildlife Management Institute.

The mission of the Kansas Unit is to provide conduct of fish and wildlife research, graduate education, in- service training, technical assistance, public relations, and demonstration programs. Unit research contributes to understanding ecological systems within the Great Plains. Unit staff, collaborators, and graduate students conduct research with both natural and altered systems, particularly those impacted by agriculture. Unit projects investigate ways to maintain a rich diversity of endemic wild animals and habitats while meeting the needs of people.

Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Federal Staff

David Haukos
Haukos, David
Unit Leader

Dr. Martha Mather
Mather, Martha
Assistant Unit Leader

Sullins, Dan
Sullins, Dan
Assistant Unit Leader

Contact Us

Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

205 Leasure Hall, Division of Biology Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3501
Phone: (785) 532-6070
Fax: (785) 532-7159

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