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Formal Education? What topics? #7760913 03/02/20 02:55 PM
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If you were to take a formal class of wildlife and management, What topics would you like to see during the course?


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Re: Formal Education? What topics? [Re: theman6515] #7761234 03/02/20 07:35 PM
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TX AG used to have a program called Deer 101. It was pretty good. Gave you a big old binder and the course covered lots of bases.

Re: Formal Education? What topics? [Re: theman6515] #7761493 03/03/20 12:58 AM
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Big game management. Look at Tarleton or a&m kingsville curriculum program for wildlife mgmt


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Re: Formal Education? What topics? [Re: theman6515] #7761525 03/03/20 01:28 AM
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Originally Posted by theman6515
If you were to take a formal class of wildlife and management, What topics would you like to see during the course?


Are you asking to take one somewhere or put one together to give?

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Re: Formal Education? What topics? [Re: theman6515] #7761563 03/03/20 02:14 AM
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Invasive species management...both flora and fauna.

Re: Formal Education? What topics? [Re: theman6515] #7761580 03/03/20 02:41 AM
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Re: Formal Education? What topics? [Re: theman6515] #7761753 03/03/20 01:53 PM
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Graduated from TAMU-Kingsville with a Wildlife Managment degree. Great program, exciting courses, but the main question is what will you do with the degree?

Re: Formal Education? What topics? [Re: theman6515] #7762783 03/04/20 03:59 PM
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Look at SFA. I think they have various wildlife related majors and courses.
And of course Dr. Deer (James Kroll) is on faculty there.

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To me the hardest part is knowing what your working with and what the land will support. Surveying techniques and procedures and habitat would be tops.


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Re: Formal Education? What topics? [Re: theman6515] #7763638 03/05/20 12:00 PM
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TAMU has a fisheries mgt. program. However, there are more grads than jobs.


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Originally Posted by theman6515
If you were to take a formal class of wildlife and management, What topics would you like to see during the course?


The psychology and sociology of hunting. And I'd like to teach it! We know ALOT about biology and ecology and I hope add to it more how to implement those things with individuals and communities on a broader scale. I am hopeful and excited that we are slowly headed in that direction more and more.


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