ENV300 Wildlife Management

This is a third-year unit in which an advanced level of study skills is assumed. Prior completion of units in ecology and statistics is strongly recommended.

This unit has been designed to introduce students to the principles of population ecology and the theory and practice of wildlife management, particularly as encountered in northern Australia. Wildlife management issues in the region include threatened species, environmental pests, native species that are perceived as a problem by some sectors of the community, and wildlife subject to harvest. It is particularly suitable for those considering a career in wildlife or conservation management.

Unit Description

Semester 1 | 2018

NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED

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