John Tomecek, Assistant Professor & Extension Wildlife Specialist

Dr. John TomecekWildlife & Fisheries Sciences
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center
7887 U S Highway 87 North
San Angelo, TX 76901

 

Phone: (325)653-4576 Ext. 211
Fax: (325)655-7791
E-mail: tomecek@tamu.edu

 

Pam Claborn
Senior Office Associate


As an assistant professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist for the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, John Tomeček provides support on the management of wildlife and its habitat to a diverse stakeholder group, including private landowners, land managers, ranchers, farmers, government agencies (city, county, state, and federal), non-government organizations, and urban residents.

Tomeček specializes in research and education on a variety of issues, especially nuisance animals (overabundant deer, predatory animals, crop pests), the management of game animals, and wildlife disease concerns (including zoonotic diseases). In the past, Tomeček worked as a private consultant and researcher, addressing issues of wildlife integration on agricultural lands, mitigating damage from or reducing numbers of overabundant or nuisance animals. He has also worked extensively on the culture and habits of wildlife resources users, helping to tailor management solutions that are not only scientifically sound, but socially accepted.

 

EDUCATION:

Ph.D. – Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. Texas A&M University
M.A. – Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin
B.A. – Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin

 

CURRENT PROJECTS:

Determining the Efficacy of Livestock Guardian Dogs to Influence Coyote Behavior and Predation on Livestock

Understanding and Mitigating the Effects of Overabundant Cervids on Texas Rangelands

Educating the Public on Chronic Wasting Disease in Texas Cervids

Quantifying the Impacts of Predation on Livestock and Wildlife Incomes in Texas

 

SELECTED RESEARCH & OUTREACH PUBLICATIONS:

Tomeček, J. M., B. L. Pierce, and M. J. Peterson. 2015. Quail Abundance, Hunter Effort, and Harvest of Two Texas Quail Species: Implications for Hunting Management. Accepted 13 June 2015. Wildlife Biology

Tomeček, J.M. 2015. Abandoned Wildlife. EWF-024. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

Tomeček, J.M. 2015. Chronic Wasting Disease: Facts for Texans. EWF-023. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

Tomeček, J.M. and L. Redmon. 2015. Restrictions on Waterfowl Baiting and Hunting. EWF-029. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

Tomeček, J.M., T. Hensley, W. Cook, and B. Dittmar. 2015. Chronic Wasting Disease in Texas Cervids. EWF-031. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

Redden, R.R., Tomeček, J.M, and J.W. Walker. 2015. Livestock Guardian Dogs. EWF-028. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

Tomeček, J.M. and L. Redmon. 2015. Supplemental Feeding White-Tailed Deer. EWF-032. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

 

Wildlife Management & TexNAT

 

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