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Program Category: UGA Domestic Click here for a definition of this term Open to non-UGA students: Yes
Click here for a definition of this term Number of Student Participants: 11-20 students Classes With: U.S. Students, UGA Students
Taught By: UGA/U.S. Professor(s) College/School: Warnell
Language Program: No Language of Instruction: English
Minimum number of credit hours: 4 Maximum number of credit hours: 4
Work Opportunity: No Volunteer Opportunity: No
Scholarship Availability: Yes Housing Location: Off-Campus
Program Description:

Wildlife Techniques Field Camp

Exposes students to a variety of field and molecular techniques used in contemporary wildlife research and management, and provides opportunities for students to apply these techniques in both field and laboratory settings. More information about the course, including a short video, can be found here.

HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE IN:
• Live capture, handling and chemical immobilization of wildlife
• Non-invasive sampling techniques for carnivores
• Wild pig ecology and management
• Red Cockaded woodpecker management
• Amphibian sampling techniques
• Radio telemetry
 

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Program Location

Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, Aiken, SC
Students on lake

Program Director and Course Leaders

Dr. James Beasley
Savannah River Ecology Lab
Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
Tel: 803-725-5113
Email: beasley@srel.uga.edu
 

WILD 4650 Secondary
Academic Program

WILD 4650/6650-4650L/6650L - Wildlife Techniques Field Camp (4 hours)
Raccoon Telemetry

Housing and Meals

Lodging at local hotel in Aiken, SC, included in the program fee. Students are responsible for their own meals. Up to one meal may be provided.  
Turtle trapping

Program Itinerary

5/18/2022: Travel from Athens to SREL
5/18/2022 - 5/27/2022: SREL
5/27/2021: Travel from SREL to Athens
6/17/2021: Final assignment due

WILD 4650 Primary

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This program is currently not accepting applications.