SETAC Fellows Award
Ron Kendall was selected as a SETAC Fellow and awarded this honor at the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC), held in Minneapolis, MN, November 12-16, 2017.
Dr. Ron Kendall, Kendall Blanchard, and Carson Downing attended a banquet hosted by the Lubbock Chapter of Safari Club International where they presented our quail research
Park Cities Quail, Dallas, Texas, recently awarded the Wildlife Toxicology Laboratory a $289,000.00 research grant to support continuing work to address parasite infection in wild quail in the Rolling Plains ecoregion of West Texas
Uday Turaga’s paper, “Preparation and characterization of bioactive and breathable polyvinyl alcohol nanowebs using a combinational approach” was selected as Cover Article in TAPPI Journal
Our study area: the Rolling Plains of West Texas
Doctoral student Nick Dunham and Dr. Ron Kendall at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November 2014
Park Cities Quail, Dallas, Texas, recently awarded the Wildlife Toxicology Laboratory a $305,171 research grant to support continuing work to address parasite infection in wild quail in the Rolling Plains ecoregion of West Texas. The first installment of $127,659 was received at a ceremony recently in Dallas
Nick Dunham Ph.D. Grad Student and Ronald J. Kendall, Ph.D.
Nick Dunham, a doctoral student, presenting his research on “Evidence of an Oxyspirura petrowi Epizootic in Northern Bobwhites (Colinus virginianus), from the Rolling Plains of Texas” at the 2014 Wildlife Disease Association meeting
Stephen J. Klaine Environmental Education Award
Ron Kendall was awarded the Stephen J. Klaine Environmental Education Award from SETAC North America at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry’s 38th Annual Meeting held November 12-16, 2017, in Minneapolis, MN.
Dr. Ron Kendall at the 4th International Conference on Parasitology, Prague, Czech Republic, September 2017.
The dedication of the Wildlife Toxicology Laboratory’s Mobile Research Lab was held on June 27, 2017, at the Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch in Roby, Texas. We are grateful for the support of our sponsors, Rolling Plains Quail Research Foundation, Park Cities Quail, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, and Smith South Plains.
Dr. Dale Rollins, Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch, Anne Brown, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Kendall Blanchard, and Dr. Ron Kendall at the Park Cities Quail Gala in Dallas, March 2, 2017.
Chuck Leavell of the Rolling Stones and conservationist, as well as quail enthusiast, visited the Wildlife Toxicology Laboratory to learn more about our research on quail ecology
Scaled quail from the Rolling Plains of West Texas
Garden and Gun Magazine feature on the Wildlife Toxicology Laboratory
Field team members, Matthew Brym and Cassie Henry, don’t have time to “stop and smell the roses” during the field season but did take the opportunity to enjoy Texas Bluebonnets, the State Flower of Texas
The owners of Smith South Plains automobile dealership, Annette and Pat Sykora, have graciously donated a Ford F150 4×4 pick-up truck to support our wild bobwhite quail field research efforts through the Wildlife Toxicology Laboratory. Thank you, Annette and Pat, for your generous contribution in helping us achieve our field research goals