Russell Stevens

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Russell L. Stevens was raised on a cow calf operation in south central Oklahoma. He attended Murray State College, Southeastern Oklahoma State University and received his Master of Science Degree at Angelo State University in Animal Science, Range/Wildlife option. Russell joined the Noble Foundation in 1989 where he currently serves as a wildlife and range consultant.

 

Russell is a Certified Wildlife Biologist by the Wildlife Society and a Certified Range Management Consultant by the Society for Range Management. His areas of interest include wildlife habitat improvement, wild turkey management, white-tailed deer management, range management, prescribed fire, brush sculpturing, plant identification, feral hog impacts, and waterfowl issues.

Contact information: rlstevens@noble.org

 

 

 

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