NRM 230
Wildlife Management I
HOURS:  ClassLabCredit
233
This course is a basic study and application of management practices which are beneficial to wildlife. Methods for increasing food production, developing water sources, providing cover requirements, and improving wetlands are included. This course covers the forest lands as a habitat for wildlife, with emphasis on Southern woodland management. Prerequisites with a grade of "C" or higher: NRM 101 and NRM 102. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.