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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
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WOEM 561 - Waterfowl and Wetlands Management

Credits: 3

This course explores the natural history of waterfowl and wetland birds and habitat management. It includes basic information on the habitat requirements, management techniques, ranges, migration patters, history, problems, diseases, and identification of the waterfowl resources of North America. Professional principles and practices associated with hunting waterfowl species in North America to include: ethics, laws, species’ habitat requirements, and daily and seasonal activities of each species, methods of harvest, dog handling, post-harvest handling and clientele interactions. Includes the following success skills: Communicates Effectively and Maintains Professional Skills and Attitudes.

Two one hour lectures and one two hour lab per week.

Restricted enrollment (cap at 50) specifically for Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management majors at K-State.

Prerequisite: BIOL 198, available only to students majoring in Wildlife & Outdoor Enterprise Management, Park Management & Conservation, or Biology.

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UGE course

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