1. Staff

Brian Hays Publications

Long, A.M., M.E. Marshall, M.L. Morrison, K.B. Hays, S.L. Farrell. 2017. Responses of a Federally Endangered Songbird to Understory Thinning in Oak-Juniper Woodlands. Environmental Management. 2017.

Krueter, U.P., D.W. Wolfe, K.B. Hays, and J.R. Conner. 2016. Conservation Credits – Evolution of a Market-Oriented Approach to Recovery of Species of Concern on Private Land. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 2016

James, A., Marshall, M., Hays, B., Hardin, J., Perez, R., and Cathey, J. 2015. Habitat Guide for Northern Bobwhite. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, College Station, Texas.

Marshall, M., Hays, B., Reitz, R., Goodwin, J., Machacek, M., and Cathey, J. 2014. Grazing, Hunting, and Endangered Species Management are Compatible Practices: Diversifying Income Through a Multi-species Approach. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, College Station, Texas.

David W. Wolf, K. Brian Hays, Shannon L. Farrell, and Susan Baggett. 2012. Regional Credit Market for Species Conservation: Developing the Fort Hood Recovery Credit System. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36(3):423-431; 2012.

Hays, A.E., Hays, K.B., and Moseley, M. 2010.  What Do They Think of Burning in Texas. Texas Wildlife – Texas Wildlife Association Magazine. July 2010, pg 30-31. (Invited) Reprinted in The Cattlemen Magazine.

Publication List

Hays, B. (2019). Meet the new Pasture and Range Consultant at Noble. Noble News & Views, 37 (7), 6.