|Course Title||Non-Game Wildlife Survey Techniques
Disregard 'Number of Open Seats' information. All students enrolling in this class will be placed on the wait list and notified of their enrollment status 10 weeks prior to the course start date.
This course provides an overview of the inventory and survey techniques to assess amphibian, reptile, small mammal and bat populations. The goal is to help biologists establish monitoring programs. Instruction will take place in the classroom and in the field.
1. Describe and demonstrate standard small-animal survey approaches.
2. Identify steps to organize and establish monitoring programs for small wildlife taxa including mammals, reptiles and amphibians.
3. Gain a basic understanding of natural history of reptiles, amphibians, and small mammals.
4. Practice setting objectives, basic survey design and analysis.
5. Learn about information resources and expertise available to field staff.
Biologists and other resource professional involved with wildlife inventory programs.
|Delivery Method||Instructor Led
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|Extracted from DOI LEARN on||9/19/2014 11:06:30 AM