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The Wildlife and Fisheries Biology curriculum focuses on the biology/ecology and management/conservation of animal populations that range from species common enough to be hunted/fished to species that are endangered. Management strategies may include manipulation of populations directly or indirectly through alteration of habitat. Courses emphasize applied ecology and various techniques for bringing populations into balance and provide hands-on experience in labs and field trips. All Wildlife and Fisheries Biology majors complete the same core of courses during the first year. As sophomores, students elect either the Wildlife Biology or the Fisheries Biology option. For more information, contact Program Director Ellen Marsden 802-656-0684.
Program Requirements (pdf)
The Wildlife Society UVM Wildlife and Fisheries Student Chapter