Brett DeGregorio, Ph.D.
Brett is the Leader of the Michigan Fish and Wildlife Cooperative Research Unit. His research explores the behavioral, population, and community-level responses of wildlife to human activities, development, and management. His lab studies a wide array of taxa including mesocarnivores, turtles, and birds. Brett is particularly interested in studying the conservation and ecology of underappreciated wildlife such as armadillos, skunks, and snakes.