Wildlife Management Techniques FWMT 20104 Credits
(Prerequisite: Provisional admission) This course takes an applied approach in covering the methods commonly used in wildlife population management. Topics include identification, measurement of population parameters, wildlife damage management, collection of age, sex, and reproductive data, radio telemetry, and investigations into causes of mortality. Upon completion students should understand and administer common population management techniques. A $12 fee is associated with this course due to liability insurance fee.
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