BIO 587 Advanced Wildlife Techniques
Prepares students with essential field skills for conducting future research or entering a career in wildlife and conservation biology. The course has a lecture component but heavy emphasis is placed on the lab portion with substantial field component. Topics include GPS, mapping and orienteering, camera surveys, telemetry, mist netting, vegetation sampling, stream sampling, and a small amount of live-trapping. Three hours of lecture and one, three-hour laboratory per week. This is a link course with BIO 487. No credit given for students with credit for BIO 487.
Admission to a Biological Sciences graduate program or permission of department chair