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Host and Guest Bios
Marisa Lee is the hunter education coordinator for the Alabama Department of Conservation, Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, as well as co-coordinator of their National Archery in the Schools Program. An Ohio native, she attended Auburn University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology and a master’s degree in education. Marisa is a certified wildlife biologist and firearms instructor. She is an avid hunter as well as a competitive sporting clays shooter, having won four state championships.
Bill Gray received a B.S. in Wildlife Science from Auburn University in 1990. He began his career with the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries in 1991 as an area biologist in northwest Alabama. Since 1994, he has worked as a deer management biologist in east central and southeast Alabama. His primary duties include working with the Deer Management Assistance Program, providing technical assistance to landowners and deer enthusiasts, and conducting various deer research projects. Bill lives in Ashford with his wife, Aimee, and son, Forrest.
Chris Cook received a B.S. (1990) and a M.S. (1993) in Wildlife Science from Auburn University. He began work with the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) in 1993 as an area biologist at Wolf Creek WMA in Walker and Fayette counties. In 1995, Cook transferred to Demopolis to begin work as a technical assistance biologist. He provides technical assistance on wildlife management to cooperators enrolled in the Deer Management Assistance Program, as well as other landowners and hunting clubs throughout Alabama. Chris also serves as the Deer Studies Project Leader for WFF. He lives in Northport with his wife, Aprille, and sons, Jackson and Sam.