Angela Fuller

Angela Fuller

Associate Professor

211D Fernow Hall
(607) 255-2841

Angela Fuller joined the Department of Natural Resources in 2009 and is the Unit Leader (Wildlife) of the New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. She is a mammalian wildlife ecologist and conducts applied research to inform conservation and management. Her primary research interests center on the effects of forest fragmentation on mammals, species-habitat relationships, animal movements, and ecological thresholds.