Levi Horrell was raised on a dairy farm in southeast Missouri. He earned his B.S. degree in Wildlife Resources at the University of Idaho. Following graduation in 2009, he returned to Missouri to work for Missouri Department of Conservation, where he assisted with a variety of projects relating to wildlife management, particularly waterfowl. In 2010, he began working on his M.S. research project at Louisiana State University under the direction of Dr. Michael J. Chamberlain. When UGA hired Dr. Chamberlain as an Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management in 2011, Levi transferred here to continue his research and education. The primary objective of his research is to estimate nutritional carrying capacity for white-tailed deer within 9 unique deer habitat types in Louisiana.
Graduate Research Assistant
Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
University of Georgia
Building 1, Room 115
Athens, GA 30602