Philip Boyd, MS
Research Associate
Borderlands Research Institute
Sul Ross State University
PO Box C-21
Alpine, TX 79832
Email: philip.boyd@sulross.edu

Research Specialties

Big Game Ecology and Mangement
Big Game Ecology
Population Modeling
Upland Gamebird Ecology
Project Coordination
Habitat Management


Philip Boyd is a Research Associate with Borderlands Research Institute. Philip serves as the coordinator for Dos Rios Landscape Conservation Design (LCD). The Dos Rios LCD is a collaborative project in the U.S. and Mexico that works to address long-term conservation issues by identifying shared objectives and values from partners across the landscape. Philip earned a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Pittsburgh and earned his MS degree from Sul Ross State University in Range and Wildlife Management. His thesis research focused on modeling various translocation strategies for restoring pronghorn populations in the Trans-Pecos region of Texas. His interests include conservation biology, restoration, ecosystem integrity, outreach, collaboration, and systems thinking.

Research Specialties

Big Game Ecology and Management
Population Modeling
Project Coordination

Selected Publications

Boyd, P.J.R. 2018. Modeling translocation strategies for pronghorn populations in the Trans-Pecos, Texas. Thesis, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas.