Reyna | Department of Biological Sciences

Reyna

Welcome to the Reyna Laboratory. My research interests are in the broad area of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation with much of my work dedicated to the ecology, genetics, physiology, and population dynamics of northern bobwhite quail and other game birds. I'm presently working on avian reproductive neuroendocrinology, quail metapopulation dynamics, toxicology and disease studies, and game bird re-introduction techniques.

I'm also the Executive Director of UNT Quail. UNT Quail fosters sustainable quail populations through innovative research, conservation and education. The North Texas Quail Corridor is one of the largest quail conservation efforts in the state of Texas. For more information, visit the UNT Quail website.

For more on the Reyna Laboratory, visit the links on the left side of the page or contact me by e-mail: Kelly.Reyna@unt.edu, or phone: (940) 565-4287. Thank you for visiting.

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