Thunder Bay • Orillia

Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences - Fish and Wildlife Fundamentals

Natural Resources Management 3116 Fish and Wildlife Fundamentals
Students will develop skills in wildlife observation and identification with an emphasis on vertebrates of the boreal system. Lectures will introduce the taxonomy and life requisites of individual species and life forms, and compare aquatic and terrestrial systems at various scales. Other topics include fish and wildlife planning, management investment, tracking, trapping, hunting, rare and endangered species, and the use of ecological land classifications or forest inventory to classify habitat. Field trips and a lab setting will assist in the learning of fish and wildlife specimens.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 2-3; 0-0
Notes: Natural Resources Management elective. An additional fee (see Miscellaneous Fees) is required for non-HBScF students taking this course. To be offered in even numbered years.
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences