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conservationist , consultant

Curtis Ray Hopkins, American conservationist, consultant. Certified wildlife biologist. Member of Society of America Foresters (chairman wildlife and fish ecology group 1977-1979), Wildlife Society (president Mississippi chapter 1975-1977), Zi Sigma Pi.

Background

Hopkins, Curtis Ray was born on April 27, 1948 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States. Son of James Ray and Ann (King) Hopkins.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Forestry, Mississippi State University, 1971. Master of Science in Wildlife Ecology, Mississippi State University, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy in Wildlife Science, Texas Advertising & Marketing University, 1981.

Career

Assistant ranger United States Forest Service, Rolling Fork, Mississippi, 1972—1974, wildlife biologist, 1974—1975, Wiggins, 1975—1977. Instructor Texas Advertising & Marketing University, College Station, 1978, research assistant, 1979—1981. Regional director Ducks Unlimited, Inc., Grenada, Mississippi, since 1981.

Secretary Mississippi Sandhill Crane Team., United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Wiggins, 1974.

Achievements

  • Certified wildlife biologist.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Society of America Foresters (chairman wildlife and fish ecology group 1977-1979), Wildlife Society (president Mississippi chapter 1975-1977), Zi Sigma Pi.

Connections

Married Sharon Kay Johnson, August 19, 1967. Children: Shannon Marie, Elizabeth Annual.

father:
James Ray Hopkins

mother:
Ann (King) Hopkins

spouse:
Sharon Kay Johnson

children:
Shannon Marie Hopkins

Elizabeth Annual Hopkins