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Field Courses - Wildlife Field Survey

In this two-week field course students get hands-on experience with a variety of field techniques used in wildlife ecology and management.  Students and instructors spend two weeks in May at the R. S. Friedman Field Station on Cobscook Bay, located just minutes away from our primary outdoor classroom, Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge.  Student will improve their skills in wildlife identification and natural history, become familiar with techniques used for capturing, handling, and censusing animals, and gain experience in a variety of wildlife research methods through an integrated set of class exercises, group projects, workshops, lectures, and visits to management areas.


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