MSc Wildlife Management and Conservation - Modules

Field Trips

Practical Wildlife Management This module consists entirely of field trips away from the University offering students the opportunity to learn about and to engage in hands-on wildlife conservation work, to experience and be trained in a range of techniques, and to develop natural history skills. The module integrates with the rest of the course by visiting sites described or involved in some of the other modules. As well as wildlife field sites (e.g. nature reserves) visits are made to conservation society HQs and institutes where conservation research is being conducted. In this way, students gain considerable exposure to potential employers.

Autumn Term, 10 credit Module (Dr Graham Holloway)

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