WILD - Fish & Wildlife Science & Mgmt
WILD 429. Yellowstone Wildlife Habitat Ecology. 2 Credits. (2 Lec) Su
PREREQUISITES: Junior standing and a Biology course or consent of instructor.
This course will describe the native communities of the internationally prominent northern Yellowstone winter range for wild ungulates. The ecology of many organisms, both plant and animal will be studied. Plant identification skills will be incorporated with an emphasis on the recognition of the Yellowstone northern range's flora and its importance as wildlife habitat. Ecosystem interrelationships will form the basis for understanding the ecology of the range and interpreting the consequences of management alternatives.
|2018 Summer Session||10974||001||Non-standard term dates 11-JUN-18 16-JUN-18||MTWR||ABB||6:00am - 9:00pm|