Dr. Tyler Campbell has been a Project Leader with the USDA APHIS Wildlife Services, National Wildlife Research Center since 2004. He completed his BS degree from Texas Tech University, his MS degree from Texas A&M University-Kingsville, and his PhD from the University of Georgia, where he also completed a post-doc assignment. Dr. Campbell was a field station leader at the Texas Field Station located on Texas A&M University-Kingsville from 2004–2011 and he is currently stationed at the Florida Field Station in Gainesville. Dr. Campbell uses laboratory, captive, and field experiments to develop new tools and control strategies to reduce feral swine damage to agriculture, people, and other wildlife.
Feral swine, ungulates, wild pigs, wildlife damage management
Taxonomic Groups of Interest
Deer, collared peccaries, feral swine, opossums, raccoons, small mammals, and non-native ungulates
Products/Techniques Developed or Tested
PhD, University of Georgia. Forest Resources. Dissertation Title: Movement ecology of white-tailed deer in the central Appalachians of West Virginia.
MS, Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Range and Wildlife Management. Thesis Title: Antler development and nutritional influences of plant secondary compounds in mature white-tailed deer.
BS, Texas Tech University. Wildlife and Fisheries Management.
Certified Wildlife Biologist, The Wildlife Society
Current Academic Affiliations
University of Florida, Courtesy Associate Professor
Project Title: Feral Swine Damage Control Strategies
Last Modified: December 4, 2012