1. Staff

Will Moseley

Wildlife and Fisheries Consultant

Moseley serves as a wildlife and fisheries consultant in the producer relations program. He joined the Noble Research Institute in 2008. Moseley is passionate about helping producers manage their resources for the benefit of both wildlife and people. He is interested in prescribed fire, white-tailed deer management, waterfowl management, plant identification and fisheries management among many other topics.

Before coming to the Noble Research Institute, Moseley worked on his master's degree studying the effects of supplemental feeding and density of white-tailed deer on the ecosystem in South Texas.

Moseley grew up in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

  • Master of Science in Range and Wildlife Management, Texas A&M University - Kingsville, 2008
  • Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Management/Biology, Texas Tech University, 2006
  • Certified Wildlife Biologist, The Wildlife Society
  • Publication and Creativity Award for Common Aquatic Vegetation in the Southern Great Plains, Oklahoma Chapter of The Wildlife Society, 2015
Professional Memberships
  • Extension Feral Hog Community of Practice Leadership Team Member
  • Oklahoma Invasive Plant Council
  • Society for Range Management
    • Oklahoma Section
    • Texas Section
  • The Wildlife Society
    • Oklahoma Chapter
    • Texas Chapter
  • Texas Wildlife Association