ENED6105-BW.Wolf/Lynx Ecology Northern MN.J17.Wood,Bryan
Wolf/Lynx Ecology Northern MN
Academic Term and Year
Focus on the ecology of gray wolf, lynx, white-tailed deer, and the animals associated with these predators or prey. Travel in the backcountry while tracking and observing wildlife. Be introduced to habitats, the responses of wildlife to natural and artificial disturbances, and human functions involved in managing wildlife. Wildlife research techniques, data acquisition and analysis, and management practices are covered. Participants should be in good physical condition and able to travel a minimum of 5 miles per day in winter conditions on foot, snowshoes, or cross country skis. Winter travel instruction will be provided. NOTE: Cost includes lodging and most meals. Target audience: educators, naturalists, environmental educators. LOCATION: Lutsen, MN and Audubon Center of the North Woods, Sandstone, MN.
Wood, Bryan, "ENED6105-BW.Wolf/Lynx Ecology Northern MN.J17.Wood,Bryan" (2017). Syllabi. 11015.
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