Joshua G.

Wildlife and Range Consultant

 Master of Science in wildlife and fisheries sciences, 2012, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.;
 Bachelor of Science in wildlife and fisheries sciences, 2006, Texas A&M University

Gaskamp serves as a wildlife and range consultant in the Agricultural Division's consultation program.

He joined the Noble Foundation in 2007 after working as a hunting guide and gun-dog trainer on the King Ranch.

His areas of interest include wildlife habitat improvement, range management, white-tailed deer management, fisheries management, plant identification, prescribed fire and feral hog impacts. Gaskamp's research on drop-nets as a potential tool for feral hog control led him to develop the BoarBusterâ„¢ suspended corral trap.

He is a past-president of the Oklahoma Chapter of The Wildlife Society and a member of the Society for Range Management, Ducks Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation and Coastal Conservation Association.

Gaskamp grew up in Brenham, Texas

feral hogs feral hog biology feral hog history and distribution feral hog control feral hog damage feral hog trapping prescribed fire feral hog distribution urban feral hogs

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