BL1400 - Fish and Wildlife Biology

This course requires the use of resource references, laboratory equipment and a suitable environment. It involves the study of the natural history of birds, fish and mammals, and a theoretical and practical understanding of the anatomy of birds, fish and mammals. It includes information on population biology, reproductive biology, feeding biology, ecology, behaviour of fish, birds and mammals; anatomical charts, species charts, storage of specimens and dissection procedures.

Prerequisite(s): BL1120

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