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New content from the Class of 2020!
We asked the Class of 2020 to answer some questions about there experience as a student in the department and to share some pictures. Here’s the results!
Why study Wildlife Ecology in Maine?
Nick will tell why!
Excellence in undergraduate and graduate education in wildlife ecology since 1935.
The University of Maine’s close proximity to a diverse array of ecosystems and wildlife provides an outstanding setting for our wildlife ecology program, and the many other programs in ecology, biology, and natural resources in the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture provide a diverse array of courses for wildlife ecology majors.
Research being conducted
The Maine Cooperative Fish and Research Unit and the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology releases the 2019 Report to Cooperators