Charles S. Evans, Associate Wildlife Biologist®, attended the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University of Georgia where he earned his B.S. and M.S. in Wildlife Sciences and Forest Resources, respectively. In previous roles, Charles has worked in eight states and overseas focusing on everything from forest management plans to non-native ungulate eradication. In his current role as the Georgia R3 Coordinator, he is working to secure the future of hunting and wildlife conservation by acting as the strategic conduit between stakeholders from industry, agency, and non-governmental organizations. He is an employee of Georgia Wildlife Federation with additional support for his position provided by Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division, National Wild Turkey Federation, Quality Deer Management Association, and Safari Club International.