Resource Development : Principles of fisheries and wildlife management are considered and current practices of research and management are discussed.
Terms: Fall 2017
Instructors: Murray Mitchell Humphries, Kyle Elliott (Fall)
3 lectures, one 2-hour lab and one week field laboratory prior to fall term
Prerequisite: WILD 307 or permission of instructor
A $330.86 fee is charged to all students registered in WILD 401, Fisheries and Wildlife Management, a course that has a required field trip. This fee is used to support the cost of excursions, accommodations, food and fees associated with visiting a research facility in New York. The Department of Natural Resource Sciences subsidizes a portion of the cost of this compulsory activity.