WILD 401 Fisheries and Wildlife Management (3 credits)

Offered by: Natural Resource Sciences (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences)


Resource Development : Principles of fisheries and wildlife management are considered and current practices of research and management are discussed.

Terms: Fall 2024

Instructors: Humphries, Murray Mitchell; Elliott, Kyle; McKinney, Melissa; Roy, Denis (Fall)

  • Prerequisite: WILD 307 or permission of instructor

  • A 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 research facilities where final projects are devised, and data are collected in the field (e.g., at the SUNY-ESF Adirondaks Ecological Center in Newcomb, New York). The Department of Natural Resource Sciences subsidizes a portion of the cost of this compulsory activity.

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