BIOL 348 Wildlife Biology

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This discussion-based course emphasizes the synthesis and integration of ecological principles to address complex issues in wildlife conservation and management. Ecological topics include estimating population size, habitat management, hunting, population viability analysis, wildlife interactions, human/wildlife conflict, and endangered species management. Labs include substantial time in the field learning wildlife techniques coupled with computational approaches to synthesize data.


Pre-Requisites: BIOL 130/131 and BIOL 140/141, or BIOL 120 and CHEM 120