The Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute includes 25 outstanding research scientists, covering a wide range of specialties. The diverse faculty facilitate the often complex wildlife-related research studies and keep the Institute on the cutting edge in advancing conservation and management of wildlife. Modern high-tech facilities, specially designed wildlife study pens, and rangeland tracts provide an ideal environment for conducting quality research by Institute faculty and graduate students.
The Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute is located on the campus of Texas A&M University- Kingsville and functions as a unit within the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences. The Institute operates as a nonprofit organization and depends financially upon private contributions and faculty grantsmanship.
Institute scientists focus on a number of broad areas of research: