Randy Smith

Wildlife Damage Management, Feral Hogs June 13, 2014 Print Friendly and PDF

District Supervisor for Fort Worth District of the Texas Wildlife Services Program. A Cooperative between USDA-APHIS-Wildlife Services and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension - Wildlife Services.  Previously Randy was a staff biologist for the Texas Wildlife Services Program. Randy has 28 years of experience with this agency, starting as a Wildlife Biologist in Wichita Falls, Texas. In 1991 he moved to San Antonio to serve as the Urban Biologist, and took on the roll of Team Leader of the original Oral Rabies Vaccination Project in 1994. In 1996 he transferred to the position of Staff Biologist. In 2011, Randy was selected as the District Supervisor for the Fort Worth District.  This district composes 61 counties in Northeast Texas, an area bigger than the State of Mississippi, and one of the most populous areas in the country. Randy has experience in direct control and technical knowledge of all aspects of the Wildlife Services Program. He is a Certified Wildlife Biologist, Certified Airport Biologist, NRA Certified Trainer, a Trainer/Applicator of Chemical Immobilizing and Euthanizing Drugs for the agency, and has served on numerous committees and working groups for the program.

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