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Jack Magee

Wildlife Biologist

Jack joined WBI in 2020. He received his Bachelor of Science degrees in both Biology and Wildlife Conservation and Ecology from the University of Nevada Reno in 2013. Since then, Jack has collaborated on several ungulate projects throughout the Intermountain West, including elk depredation mitigation in Southern Idaho, mule deer research in Starkey Experimental Forest in Oregon, black-tailed deer population sampling in the Coastal and Cascade Ranges, also in Oregon, and population dynamics of relocated desert bighorn sheep in Nevada’s Lone Mountain Range. Jack also served as a wildlife detection dog handler in a project to investigate predation rates of bears, wolves, coyotes, and bobcats on white-tailed deer and other prey species in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.