ANSC 2140 Captive Raptor Management and Propagation
This course is only offered in the Summer Session.
This course is an introduction to the natural history, care, and management of raptors (birds of prey). Approaches to captive care and maintenance, restraint, training, and captive breeding with potential for reducing pressures on wild populations of avian species is included. A major objective of the course is to present and discuss the scientific basis and merit of avian husbandry and breeding practices in species relevant to the course. Hands-on opportunities in basic raptor handling techniques are included.
high school biology and chemistry.
|ANSC 2140 400-LAB||On-campus Extra-session|
The following sections may be automatically added to your enrollment depending on which section you choose above.
|ANSC 2140 001-LEC||On-campus Extra-session|