Daniel L Combs
I am a wildlife biologist, specializing in waterfowl ecology. I teach Dendrology, Herpetology, Ornithology, Waterfowl Ecology, and Behavioral Ecology. I co-teach Wildlife Techniques during summer with Dr. Hayslette. My primary research interests involve movement patterns, interflock associations, and social biology of Canada geese. I also have a keen interest in reptiles and amphibians, having advised a few graduate students with herpetological research projects and serving as the faculty curator of our herp collection.
Ph.D., University of Missouri, 1987.
Ecology and behavior of avian wildlife species, especially wintering waterfowl; ecology and management of reptiles and amphibians.
Movement patterns, interflock associations, and social biology of Canada geese.