Scott Edwards is a Certified Wildlife Biologist and serves the MDWFP as wildlife research coordinator and private lands biologist. His role within the WFA is to serve as a liaison with wildlife faculty and graduate students pertaining to research projects, and to assist teaching various aspects wildlife management classes so that students can see and experience the “real world” connection with managing wildlife populations.
Jim Willcutt serves the MDWFP as the regional biologist supervisor and migratory bird banding coordinator. His role within the WFA is to help recruit undergraduate students who may be interested in a wildlife management career, and he also assists teaching certain aspects wildlife management classes to give students valuable, hands-on experience.
Sgt. Travis McDonald is the MDWFP Conservation Officer for Oktibbeha County and focuses on wildlife and fisheries law enforcement. His role within the WFA is to help recruit undergraduate students who may be interested in a conservation law enforcement career.
Go to https://www.mdwfp.com/ to find out more.