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Wildlife Biology

Can be taken as: Specialization

Wildlife biology is about the biology, ecology, and behaviour of vertebrate animals, especially mammals, birds and fishes. This specialization focuses on the ecology of vertebrate animals, their biological and physical environment, and the interactions that are important in the management of ecological communities and wildlife species - recognizing that wildlife species are important in ecosystems and are important to society. Students have access to local wildlife resources including the Avian Science and Conservation Centre, the McGill Arboretum, the Stonycroft Wildlife Area, the Molson Reserve, and the Ecomuseum.

Note: This specialization may be taken with the following major: Environmental Biology

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DETAILED PROGRAM OUTLINE:

Bachelor of Science (Agricultural and Environmental Sciences) (B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.)) - Wildlife Biology (24 Credits)