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Human Wildlife Conflict
APBI 495
Section: 001
Instructor: Dr. Kristen Walker
Office: MCML 187
Office Hours: TBA
Class Schedule: Wed 10am - 1pm
Classroom: TBA
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Course Description

This course focuses on the analysis of human wildlife conflicts on wildlife species.  It covers a variety of wildlife management topics including the exploration of the resiliency of wildlife populations to conventional control methodology, ethical considerations in wildlife management, and the impacts of non-native wildlife on other species. Students will be working with community partners to conduct assessments of current human wildlife conflicts occurring in the Greater Vancouver area. Data on human wildlife conflicts will be collected and analyzed, with final results being written up and presented orally to community partners in a public setting.

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