Associate Professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist

Russell Labs
1630 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706

Phone: 608-890-0445

E-mail: ddrake2@wisc.edu

 

 

 

Expertise

Wildlife

Education

Degree Institution Major Field Granted
Ph.D. North Carolina State Univ. Forestry 2000
M.S. Texas A&M Univ. Wildlife & Fish. Sciences 1994
B.A. Macalester College Biology 1987

Professional Experience

Institution Title Specialization Years
Univ. of Wisconsin Extension Spec./Assoc. Prof. Wildlife 2009 – Present
Univ. of Wisconsin Extension Spec./Asst. Prof. Wildlife 2005 – 2009
Rutgers Univ. Extension Spec./Asst. Prof. Wildlife 2000 – 2005

Society/Professional Memberships

The Wildlife Society

Selected Publications

Drake, D., and S. A. Temple.  (2012).  Captive propagation and translocation. Pages 293 – 306 in N. J. Silvy, editor. The Wildlife Techniques Manual:  Management.  The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

McCleary, R., C. Moorman, M. Wallace, and D. Drake.  (2012). Managing urban environments for wildlife.  Pages 169 – 191 in N. J. Silvy, editor.

The Wildlife Techniques Manual:  Management.  The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

Garvin, J. C., Jennelle, D. Drake, and S. Grodsky.  2011. 

Response of raptors to a wind farm. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48: 199-209.

Grodsky, S. M., M. J. Behr, A. Gendler, D. Drake, B. D. Dieterle, R. J. Rudd, and N. L. Walrath.  2011. 

Investigating the cause of death for wind turbine-associated bat fataliaties.  Journal of Mammalogy.

Verkauteren, K. C., C. W. Anderson, T. R. Van Deelen, D. Drake, W. D. Walter, S. M.Vantassel, and S. E.

Hygnstrom.  2011.  Regulated commercial harvest to  manage overabundant white-tailed deer:  An idea to consider?  Wildlife Society Bulletin, 35:185-194.

  

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