Jim Stickles, AWB®


After graduating from the State University of New York: College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY:ESF) with a Bachelor’s in Wildlife Science, Jim spent his first couple of years out of college working as a wildlife technician. From 2009-2011, he was as a crew leader for the Pennsylvania Game Commission where he and his team captured deer and monitored their movements for a study investigating the impacts of a regulation change on deer population dynamics in Northeast Pennsylvania. Currently he is a Masters student, working under Drs Karl V. Miller and Robert J. Warren. His research involves monitoring deer movements along a stretch of I-20 near Madison, Georgia where an existing 4-foot right-of-way fence will be retrofitted with outriggers and wire to mitigate deer/vehicle collisions


Field Evaluation of a Novel Fence Designed to Reduce Deer-Vehicle Collisions


Associate Wildlife Biologist® by The Wildlife Society

Chemical Immobilization by Safe Capture International Inc.

Deer Steward II by Quality Deer Management Association 


Deer Hunting in June

Where Has That Darn Buck Gone?

10 Things We Know About Mature Buck Movements

Contact Information

Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-2152