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WILDLIFE 305/505 SELECTED TOPICS IN WILDLIFE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
Sec 2 Subtitle: Wildlife Damage Management
3.0 cr
LECT 2 MW
12:00-12:50 pm
TNR 359
Hygnstrom,
Scott
25
LAB 1 F
10:00-11:50 am
TNR 320
Hygnstrom,
Scott
25
Course fee: TBD
This course will cover the fundamentals of resolving human-wildlife conflicts caused by vertebrate
species, primarily North American mammals and birds. It includes philosophical, social, economic, and
ecological considerations for reducing damage to food, fiber, personal property, and natural resources;
threats to human health and safety, and nuisance problems caused by individuals and populations of
problem wildlife.
WILDLIFE 305 SELECTED TOPICS IN WILDLIFE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
Sec 1 Subtitle: Policy and Predators II
2.0 cr LECT 1 TBD
TBD
Etheredge, Cady
Permission of Instructor required
Students will be required to do an online component and field work assignments for this course
in addition to the above listed classroom meeting times.
The purpose of this class will be two-fold: 1) to understand and experimentally evaluate NRCS policies
aimed at improving the nesting success of upland game birds, and 2) to understand how private
landowners view these policies and the NRCS in general. Students participating in this series will gain a
much more personal understanding of conservation policy, and how those policies may or may not be
based on sound science. Students do not need to have previously taken this course in the fall to enroll
in the spring.
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