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Seth Rankins, Master of Science
Micro-habitat Influences the Phenotypic Quality of White-Tailed Deer in South Texas

Seth grew up on a family dairy farm in Cusseta, Alabama. In December of 2017, he graduated from Auburn University with his B.S. in Wildlife Ecology and Management. His research project is focused on how changes in micro-habitat influence phenotypic quality of white-tailed deer. To answer this question, Seth will be capturing deer on the East Foundation ranches. In the future, Seth would like to work as a research scientist answering questions that help promote wildlife management and solve human-wildlife conflicts on lands used for production agriculture.

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