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WLDM 440 Wildlife Field Studies

WLDM 440, Wildlife Field Studies is a short course during the May mini-mester and is designed to introduce students to wildlife management activities in the real world and practice wildlife management techniques in a variety of habitats.  This course involves traveling to various suitable locations and immersing students in wildlife management activities for 5-10 days. 

Past trips have included:

  • A tour of historical wildlife management ranches of S. Texas
  • A tour of ranches in the rolling plains region of Texas
  • Matador State Wildlife Management Area in N. Texas
  • Gus Engeling State Wildlife Management Area in E. Texas
  • Caprock Canyons State Park
  • Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma
  • Carson National Forest, Valle Vidal unit in N. New Mexico

Past Trips