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Jim Teer

College Station | Wildlife Biologist

Dr. Teer was a wildlife biologist who 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 his retirement), 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 was 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.

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

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