Rebecca (Becky) McPeake is Professor of Wildlife Extension at the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service and the Arkansas Forest Resources Center, where she has worked since 1998. She has a B.S. in wildlife management, M.S. in wildlife education, and Ph.D. in the human dimensions of wildlife. Previously, she worked for the Missouri Department of Conservation and Cornell University as a research technician.
Currently, Becky has statewide responsibility for wildlife Extension education in Arkansas. She works with county agents to educate the public about a number of wildlife topics including food plots, feral hogs, dealing with nuisance wildlife, and wildlife enterprises. She also conducts demonstration studies about native food plots and deer repellents. Becky is state coordinator for the 4-H Wildlife Habitat Education Program which teaches youth and adults wildlife identification and management concepts.
Becky McPeake, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, Arkansas Forest Resources Center, 2301 S. University Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72204; (501) 671-2285 office; (501) 671-2110 fax; RMcPeake@uaex.edu; www.uaex.uada.edu