William Gulsby
William Gulsby
Associate Professor of Wildlife Management and Ecology, Auburn University
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White‐tailed deer fawn recruitment before and after experimental coyote removals in central Georgia
WD Gulsby, CH Killmaster, JW Bowers, JD Kelly, BN Sacks, MJ Statham, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 39 (2), 248-255, 2015
Landscape heterogeneity reduces coyote predation on white‐tailed deer fawns
WD Gulsby, JC Kilgo, M Vukovich, JA Martin
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (4), 601-609, 2017
Movements and home ranges of white‐tailed deer in response to roadside fences
WD Gulsby, DW Stull, GR Gallagher, DA Osborn, RJ Warren, KV Miller, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 35 (3), 282-290, 2011
Behavioral response of white‐tailed deer to coyote predation risk
WD Gulsby, MJ Cherry, JT Johnson, LM Conner, KV Miller
Ecosphere 9 (3), e02141, 2018
Parasitology, Virology, and Serology of Free-Ranging Coyotes (Canis latrans) from Central Georgia, USA
M Gates, RW Gerhold, RP Wilkes, WD Gulsby, L Maestas, A Rosypal, ...
Journal of wildlife diseases 50 (4), 896-901, 2014
Comparison of fencing designs for excluding deer from roadways
DW Stull, WD Gulsby, JA Martin, GJ D’Angelo, GR Gallagher, DA Osborn, ...
Human-Wildlife Interactions 5 (1), 47-57, 2011
Home range, habitat use, and movement patterns of female coyotes in Georgia: implications for fawn predation
JE Hickman, WD Gulsby, CH Killmaster, JW Bowers, ME Byrne, ...
Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 2, 144-150, 2016
Spring excursions of mature male white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in north central Pennsylvania
AK Olson, WD Gulsby, BS Cohen
The American Midland Naturalist 174 (1), 96-104, 2015
Coyotes and White-Tailed Deer Populations in the East
JC Kilgo, MJ Cherry, SS Ditchkoff, WD Gulsby, KV Miller
The Journal of Wildlife Management 83 (8), 1636-1640, 2019
Seasonal and spatial variation in diets of coyotes in central Georgia
JD Kelly, WD Gulsby, CH Killmaster, JW Bowers, KV Miller
Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 2, 296-302, 2015
Efficacy and precision of fecal genotyping to estimate coyote abundance
WD Gulsby, CH Killmaster, JW Bowers, JS Laufenberg, BN Sacks, ...
Wildlife Society Bulletin 40 (4), 792-799, 2016
Effects of longleaf pine planting density and other factors on stand structure and associated wildlife habitat
EA Wheeler, WD Gulsby, JS Kush, RA Gitzen
Restoration Ecology 28 (3), 594-602, 2020
Patterns of testosterone in male white‐tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus): Seasonal and lifetime variation
MA Gomes, SS Ditchkoff, S Zohdy, WD Gulsby, CH Newbolt
Ecology and Evolution 11 (10), 5320-5330, 2021
The ecological effects of Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) invasion: a synthesis
JS Cash, CJ Anderson, WD Gulsby
Invasive plant science and management 13 (1), 3-13, 2020
Where deer roam: Chronic yet acute site exposures preclude ecological risk assessment
LV Tannenbaum, WD Gulsby, SS Zobel, KV Miller
Risk analysis 33 (5), 789-799, 2013
Improving Coastal Plain Hardwoods for Deer and Turkeys with Canopy Reduction and Fire
MA Turner, WD Gulsby, CA Harper, SS Ditchkoff
Wildlife Society Bulletin 44 (4), 705-712, 2020
Effects of breeding chronology on white‐tailed deer productivity in Alabama
MA Turner, WD Gulsby, SS Ditchkoff, WN Gray, CW Cook
Wildlife Society Bulletin 43 (4), 701-707, 2019
Accuracy and Precision of Commercial Thinning to Achieve Wildlife Management Objectives in Production Forests
K Keene, W Gulsby, A Colter, D Miller, K Johannsen, K Miller, J Martin
Forests 12 (4), 411, 2021
Mixture of triclopyr and imazapyr more effective than triclopyr alone for hardwood forest stand improvement
MA Turner, WD Gulsby, CA Harper
Forest Science 67 (1), 43-48, 2021
Effects of restrictive harvest criteria on antler size of hunter‐harvested male white‐tailed deer and hunter opportunity
WD Gulsby, CH Killmaster, JW Bowers, KV Miller
Wildlife Society Bulletin 43 (2), 213-221, 2019
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