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WILDLIFE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

SNRM507

Description

This course emphasizes the key ecological concepts and management principles involved in the management of free-ranging animal populations. This course provides an overview of community and population ecology, habitat and population management, and role of human dimensions in successful wildlife management. Topics include aspects of game and non-game management including harvest management, species recovery and nuisance wildlife. Students will learn and discuss these principles and concepts as they relate to current issues encountered by wildlife managers.

Dates

Jan 11, 2021 — Mar 7, 2021

Location

Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $2610