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GEO-211 Natural Resources Management II: Wildlife

3 hours lecture, 3 credits


The course introduces students to the world of wildlife. Then, the issues associated with wildlife utilization are examined. Wildlife management policies, programs, and practices are reviewed with particular emphasis on Canada and BC. Some of the topics covered include: animal behaviour, inventory methods, population monitoring, land use and wildlife, approaches to management, the conservation of wildlife and wildlife management in the Comox Valley.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Any first year GEO Course Minimum grade C

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