William E. “WES” Stone, Ph.D.
Certified Wildlife Biologist
Assistant Coordinator, FEWP
144 Agricultural Research Center
PO Box 1927
Alabama A&M Universit
Normal, AL 35762-1927
Associate of Arts, Santa Fe Community College
B.S. in Forest Resources & Conservation (Major: Wildlife Ecology) Univ. of Florida
M.S. in Fisheries & Wildlife Management, Utah State University
Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology, Utah State University - 1995
Principles of Wildlife Management, Wildlife Techniques, Wildlife-Forestry Relationships, Wildlife Biology and Identification
Dr. Stone has developed minors in Wildlife Biology and Fisheries at AAMU. He advises the AAMU student Chapter of the Society of American Foresters (Forestry Club) at AAMU . He is active in several wildlife, forestry and ecology professional societies. Dr. Stone’s research involves determination of important habitat factors for a variety of wild animals in forest environments. Currently, his research focuses on mammals including bats, feral swine, and small mammal communities. He also studies neotropical migrant birds; impact of wildlife on forest regeneration and management; human-wildlife conflicts; and management/policy issues relating to wild species that are hunted, endangered, or cause economic damage to agricultural crops.