Mississippi College

Frank Hensley

My research focus is on vertebrates that are difficult to study due to low population density or cryptic habits. This includes not only endangered species, but also common species such as bats and snakes, which can be very challenging to find, observe, and experiment with. Only long-term studies will reveal the answers to some questions about the habitat use, behavior, and population dynamics of such secretive animals.

When I'm not teaching or doing research I like to spend time improving my skills as a nature photographer. A few of my photos can be seen at the link below.

About Me

B.S. in Biology, Baylor University
M.S. in Zoology, University of Florida
Ph.D. in Zoology, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory and University of Florida

Class Schedule

Fall 2014

  • BIO 5445 - Herpetology
    MWF, 12:00, Hederman Science 107
  • BIO 6549 - Biogeography
    Tuesdays, 6:00, Hederman Science 105
  • BIO 105 - Plants and People
    MWF, 9:00, Hederman Science 105
  • BIO 106 - Plants and People Laboratory
    Mondays, 1:30, Hederman Science 110



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