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Dr. Cary Chevalier, Professor

(816) 271-4252 | cchev@missouriwestern.edu

Dr. Cary Chevalier has been at MWSU since 1996. His research interests include vertebrate physiological ecology, evolutionary ecology, conservation biology, wildlife management and ecology, mammalogy, and wildlife diseases.

Long term study on male and female urban raccoons

This research is a long term study on the home range sizes and configurations of male and female urban raccoons.

It looks at the home range sizes and configurations, the age structure, and the population turnover of male and female urban raccoons in the summer and winter.

Canada goose nesting populations and nest distribution on MWSU campus

This research is a long term study to determine the population estimates of nesting geese and nest distribution for Canda geese on MWSU campus.

Dr. Cary Chevalier

About Dr. Cary D. Chevalier

Ph.D., Biological Sciences, University of California

M.S., Zoology, Arizona State University

B.S., Biology – Wildlife Management, Arizona University

Contact Dr. Chevalier

Agenstein 232A

4525 Downs Drive
Saint Joseph, MO 64507
USA