Roger W. Perry

Roger W. Perry

Research Wildlife Biologist
P.O. Box 1270
Hot Springs, AR 71902
Phone: 501-623-1180 x108

Current Research

       •   Winter and summer roosting ecology of forest bats.

       •   Effects of pine woodland restoration on wildlife communities.

       •   Effects of fire on forest bats.

       •   Long-term responses of forest birds to different silviculture methods.


Research Interests

       •   Ecology of bats in the Interior Highlands.

       •   Community responses to woodland restoration.

       •   Fire effects on vertebrate populations.

       •   Modeling wildlife response to forest management at landscape scales.

       •   Early successional habitats.

       •   Effects of disturbance and silviculture practices on birds, mammals, and herpetofauna.


  • Oklahoma State University, Ph.D. Wildlife Ecology,
  • University of Arkansas, M.S. Zoology,
  • University of Missouri, B.S. Fisheries and Wildlife,
  • Missouri Southern State University, A.S. Drafting and Design,

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Research Highlights


Riparian zone width, pine plantation age, and status of conservation priority birds

Selecting 16 different bird species of conservation importance in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas, we used models to look at the likelihood o ...


Last updated on : 03/13/2015