FW251 Principles of Wildlife Conservation
3 credits (3 lec hrs/wk) This course will give the student first hand knowledge and a laboratory experience related to some of Oregon's fish, wildlife, and forest resources with an emphasis on relationships between water quality, fish and forest practices. The latest studies will be presented and analyzed in relation to physical and economic feasibility.
FW255 Techniques in Wildlife Science
3 credits (2 lec, 2 lec/lab hrs/wk) This course provides a review of a variety of fish and wildlife populations and various management techniques. Classroom sessions will include slide programs, videos, illustrated handouts, and the use of actual specimens. There will be several field trips to provide hands on opportunity for the student to use a variety of sampling equipment.
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