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

New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Research conducted by the New York Unit helps to inform management of wild turkey.

The New York Cooperative Research Unit pays particular attention to the resource problems and issues of the Northeastern States with New York as its focal point. Based at Cornell University in the Department of Natural Resources, we work cooperatively within a department structure, but with the option to transcend organizational lines when the need arises. Our efforts are directed not only at maintaining productive programs in our own areas of interest, but also in seeking funds for and coordinating the planning of other research and management faculty/staff at the University and within the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Northeast Regional Office. In accomplishing this we are aided by a select, high quality group of graduate students and research affiliates who understand science, people, and the need to grow and produce in their specialty.

New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Federal Staff

Angela Fuller, Assistant Leader, Wildlife
Fuller, Angela
Unit Leader

Dr. Steve Grodsky
Grodsky, Steve
Assistant Unit Leader

Contact Us

New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

211 Fernow Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca NY 14853-3001
Phone: (607) 255-4677
Fax: (607) 255-1895

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