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ENST 395 Field Ecology of Threatened and Endangered Species in the Northern Rockies  

This course focuses on four target threatened or endangered species: grizzly bears, wolves, lynx, and bull trout. Students learn life history, habitat needs and population status of these species in the specific environments mentioned above.

Course meets in Condon, Montana. Course is available for undergraduate credit only. Course is part of the Wildlife in the West Program. 

Registration for this course is required through a sponsoring agency. See registration contact information below. The sponsoring agency charges a course registration fee.

Students wanting to earn academic credit from The University of Montana must pay an additional $155 credit recording fee. This is a flat fee and not a per credit fee. Information about registering for academic credit will be provided by the sponsoring agency.

To register, visit: Swan Valley Connections.

 

Title: ENST 395 Field Ecology of Threatened and Endangered Species in the Northern Rockies
Credits: 3.00
Dates: 5/17/2021 - 6/26/2021
Instructor: Sara Lamar

Course meets in Condon.