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Jim Teer


Jim Teer

Region: Crosstimbers

Topics: Wildlife, Deer, Range Management, Field Science, Education

Dr. Teer is a wildlife biologist who has worked at state agencies, such as the Texas Game and Fish Commission (1951-53 and 1955-60), taught at the university level, including Texas A&M University (1962-78, and 1999 to the present), administered a faculty (serving as head of the Texas A&M Wildlife and Fisheries Department from 1970 through '78), managed a field biology station, the Welder Wildlife Foundation (1978-98) and consulted widely on private lands and abroad.  He is particularly well-known for his research on white-tail deer, marked by the classic work, "Ecology and Management of White-Tailed Deer in the Llano Basin of Texas" (1965), and for his wide influence on his many students.



March 5, 2008
College Station, Texas
Reels 2441 and 2442


Please see a brief video excerpt (Flash or Real) from our interview with Dr. Teer.

Please see the transcript and unedited video, as shown in reels 2441 and 2442, from Dr. Teer's full interview.






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