Australasian Wildlife: Field Studies (WILD5002)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit of study provides a first-hand introduction to the wildlife of Australasia, a practical overview of the present status of that wildlife, and an understanding of both conservation problems and management solutions. Issues in wildlife management are exemplified using sampling and diagnostic methods on a broad range of vertebrate species occupying different environments. The unit follows on from WILD5001 and provides practical experience via a five day field trip at the university farm "Arthursleigh" near Marulan NSW.
Our courses that offer this unit of study
- Master of Environmental Science and Law
- Graduate Certificate in Animal Science
- Graduate Certificate in Environmental Science
- Graduate Certificate in Sustainability
- Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Studies
- Graduate Diploma in Animal Science
- Graduate Diploma in Sustainability
- Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Studies
- Master of Animal Science
- Master of Sustainability
- Master of Veterinary Studies
- Master of Wildlife Health and Population Management
Further unit of study information
Intensively taught unit. See the Wildlife Health and Population Management website for dates.
Assessments for each unit may include practical work, field studies, student presentations and written reports (100%)
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