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Wildlife Society students bring home state awards
Students and faculty from Texas A&M University-Kingsville came home from the 50th Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society conference with several awards.
Blaise Korzekwa of Gillett won first in the Best Graduate Student Poster competition with his paper, “Effects of Density and Supplemental Feed on Sexual Segregation in White-tailed Deer.” Additional authors were Tim Fulbright, David Hewitt, Charles DeYoung, Kim Echols, and Don Draeger.
The Texas A&M-Kingsville Plant ID Team One -- Breanne Carr of Richmond, Zachary Pearson of La Vernia, Anthony Jackson of Comfort, and Tyler Reagan of Goliad -- placed second in the competition, while Carr placed fourth in the individual contest.
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