Overview

Flora & Fauna

This course will introduce the students to the diversity of Flora and Fauna in Canada. Students will develop an understanding of how geographical locations can effect the abundance of wildlife based on climate, location, habitat and the environment. From this foundation the students will be able to identify wildlife habitats and the types of indigenous and non indigenous species (both abiotic and biotic) that inhibit these environments. In addition the students will develop their skills in research techniques combining both in class and field study that enhances their visual and analytical skills. As Interpreters they will be able to develop informative wildlife experiences based on their ability to observe and effectively communicate all levels of their natural surroundings.

Course Code: 
HORT-3025

 

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