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

Arkansas About Us

Hawksbill crag is a well-known overlook in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas where the Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit does much of their research.

The Arkansas Unit is led by Brett DeGregorio -Wildlife - who oversees Unit operations. Dan Magoulick is the Assistant Unit Leader – Fisheries, and Caleb Roberts is the Assistant Unit Leader - Ecology. Diane Moler is the administrative assistant for Unit activities.

Drs. DeGregorio, Roberts, and Magoulick hold research faculty rank at the University of Arkansas, conduct research projects, mentor graduate students and teach graduate level courses. Research projects usually support graduate students and address a variety of topics ranging from the invasive crayfish ecology in the Spring River to understanding waterfowl and freshwater turtle harvest in Arkansas. Research funds for the Arkansas Unit come from a variety of sources including AGFC, USFWS, USFS, and USGS.

The Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville is the home of the Arkansas Unit. Unit offices are currently located on the 5th floor of the Science and Engineering Building.