RM2410 - Wildlife Techniques III

This course is designed to train individuals in field and laboratory techniques used in wildlife research and management. It involves determining the cause of death of mammals and birds, the collection and preservation of biological samples, analysis of diet and the identification of parasites and diseases. It includes information on anatomy, necropsy techniques, parasites, diseases, preservatives, collecting methods, species identification and safety precautions.


Prerequisite(s): BL1400



This course is offered in the following programs:
Fish and Wildlife Technician