Kory Gann

Assessment of Stable Isotope Ratios and Population Parameters in White-tailed Deer

Kory Gann is currently completing a Ph.D. in Wildlife Science at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.  His research focuses on the foraging ecology and population parameters of white-tailed deer on the East Foundation properties.  Kory is also involved in supporting research projects with the captive deer herd at the Alkek Ungulate Facility at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, as well as research conducted on a number of private ranches across southern Texas.  

Kory is originally from San Antonio, Texas and earned a Master of Science in Range and Wildlife Management at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, and a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology and Management from the Texas A&M University.  Kory’s long-term goals include providing landowners with the techniques and information necessary for the sustainable management of wildlife resources and their habitats. He hopes to accomplish this by pursuing a career as a wildlife biologist for state, federal, or non-profit organizations, and is an active member the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society.