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BIO 399J Topics in Biology: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation

Course Description: This course provides a review of the ecology of mammals. Topics will include ecosystems and natural communities, food and cover, predators and predation, competitors and competition, wildlife diseases, animal behavior, urban wildlife, exotic wildlife, nongame and endangered wildlife, economics of wildlife, conserving wildlife, hunting and trapping, wildlife as a public trust and other important topics that evolve. The course will review both theoretical and methodological approaches associated with obtaining data from animals.

Course Rotation: TBA.

Credits

3 - 4 credits

Prerequisite

BIO 102 Min Grade D