Biology, Wildlife Ecology
Carl Lackey is a wildlife biologist with the Nevada Department of Wildlife. He graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 1990 obtaining a degree in renewable natural resources with an emphasis on wildlife management. He has been with the Nevada Department of Wildlife since 1993. From 1996 to present he has been the predator and furbearer biologist for the western Nevada region, and has conducted research on black bears and mountain lions in their geographic range in this part of the state. He is a member of several sportsmen’s conservation organizations involved with augmenting numerous species of wildlife in the state and conducting habitat improvement projects. Carl is married with two sons and they enjoy hunting, fishing, camping and hiking together.