This website was designed as a part of Davidson College's Renewable Natural Resources course to shed light on the importance of reestablishing the red wolf population in their native land. This website reflects the different roles and moving pieces involved in establishing the red wolf conservancy.
The Research Team
Michelle McNeight is a senior at Davidson College. She will graduate with a Biology Degree and a Minor in Communication Studies. Originally a Florida Native, Michelle has always been interested in Marine Biology and plans to pursue a future in environmental communications. Michelle also spent a semester abroad studying marine science at James Cook University in Townsville, Australia.
Jose Balcazar, a first-year at Davidson College is currently undecided, but is considering majoring in mathematics and a minoring in environmental studies. His academic interest in environmental sciences root from his exposure to the different ecosystems in South Florida, and involve food sustainability and environmental conservation.
Joe Cullen is a wildlife fanatic, outdoor enthusiast and adventurer. He is a senior environmental studies major and plans to eventually go to vet school, where he wants to specialize in a niche field, conservation medicine. His main academic interests include conservation, public and environmental health. When out of class, you can find him at Davidson's local coffee shop, running on the lake trails or playing volleyball with fellow team member, Michelle.
Colby Everett is a senior Biology Major at Davidson College. A native of Baltimore Maryland, Colby has always been passionate about conservation efforts and routinely spent summers working for Chesapeake Bay restoration projects. While not in the classroom, Colby enjoys going to Davidson College athletic events, playing golf, and working at Davidson Outdoors.