Wolf Ethology Course - Online Course with Field Component

SEEK Updated
10/12/2015
Resource Types: 
Course/Workshop
Higher Education
Web Site
Abstract: 

Wolf Ethology Course

Join Vermilion Community College and the International Wolf Center in an on-line course with a one-week field component studying the behavior, ecology and habitat of wolves. The on-line component can be taken anytime, the field component is June 20 - 27, 2003 in Ely, Minnesota.

Topics include:
Pack Dynamics, Socialization

Predatory/Hunting Behavior

Territorial Maintenance and Habitat Selection

Wolf Communication

Behavioral Interpretation of Canid Behavior

Wolf Management Issues and Research Applications

Fee Includes:

Accommodations at the College Apartments

All Meals including Bag Lunches during Field Trips

Aerial Telemetry Plane Flight

Behind the Scenes Tour of Dogsledding Operations

Transportation to Field Sites for Radio Tracking Sessions

Video Footage of Wolf Behavior

Two Vermilion Community College Credits/Credits applied to Vermilion's Wildlife Ecology Certificate

Web Assistance for On-line Class

Author: 
Lori J. Schmidt Wolf Curator International Wolf Center 218-365-4695 xt 34 curator@wolf.org
Topic Areas: 
Wildlife
Zoology
Environmental Studies
Service Learning
Target Audience: 
Adult
Higher Education
Teachers
Geographic Location: 
All Minnesota
Northeast
Outside Minnesota
Fee: 
Yes
Cost: 
$750
Library loan: 
No
Is training required?: 
No
Seasonal: 
No
Contact(s) or order information.: 

Lori J. Schmidt
Wolf Curator
curator@wolf.org
218-365-4695

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