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Navigating Nature: Wildlife and Fisheries Techniques in the Field

WFB3002

Description

This immersive course equips you with essential skills and techniques used by wildlife and fisheries professionals to gather critical data for monitoring and managing wild populations. Explore the dynamic relationship between wildlife management and environmental sustainability, gaining practical experience with the latest industry-standard tools and methodologies. Techniques will be tailored to fit the group, season, and available opportunities, potentially including land navigation, duck banding, wildlife immobilization, radio telemetry, electrofishing, and field team leadership. This course prepares you for a wide range of careers in wildlife and fisheries conservation management by fostering skills in data collection, analysis, and field operations, ensuring you are well-equipped to tackle real-world challenges

Dates

Oct 7, 2024 — Nov 10, 2024

Location

In-Person Education

Registration Information

For credit cost: $1125