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  • Washington, D.C. 20250-0003
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Roy G Lopez

Wildlife Biologist
2500 S Pine Knoll Dr.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: 928-556-2162
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Current Research

Food habits of wintering bald eagles in northern Arizona. Consumption rates of vehicle-killed ungulates along northern Arizona interstate highways. Genetic variation of Coues white-tailed deer in two landscapes of the southwestern United States. Hybridization between mule deer and Coues white-tailed deer in the southwestern United States. The use of weathered antlers as a source of DNA for molecular genetic studies. Multiple peer reviewed publications based on thesis. Facilitate the use of microsatellite allele frequencies by wildlife managers to determine differences among Coues white-tailed, Eastern white-tailed, mule deer, and hybrid Coues white-tailed/mule deer. Provide insight into landscape determinants of molecular genetic variability of Coues white-tailed deer in the southwestern United States. Peer reviewed publications on wintering bald eagle utilization of local food sources.

Education

  • New Mexico State University, BS Fisheries and Wildlife Biology, 1993
  • Northern Arizona University, MS Forestry, 2006

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Last updated on : 08/01/2013