Vertebrate Natural History
This course deals with the natural history of vertebrates in the context of the forests, fields, wetlands, and rivers of western Vermont. We will explore in depth the taxonomy of the local vertebrate fauna; techniques for capturing and handling live animals, particularly birds, mammals, and fish; and address experimentally specific questions about the distribution and abundance of vertebrates in a range of natural plant communities. Topics considered will include conservation biology, population and community ecology, and behavior. Field work will involve several early morning and weekend trips. (BIOL 0140) 6+ hrs. lab/field.
- Fall 2013
- McCardell Bicentennial Hall 338(MBH 338)
- 8:00am-8:50am on Monday, Wednesday, Friday (Sep 9, 2013 to Dec 6, 2013)
- Stephen Trombulak
- Natural Sciences
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