Principles of Wildlife Conservation is an introductory course that introduces students to "the history of wildlife conservation, basic ecological concepts, human impacts on wildlife and habitat, social and economic issues relating to wildlife management, and management objectives and strategies for fisheries and wildlife populations."

This 59-page instructional guide outlines the course and includes nine main sections. Sections include: Course outline and objectives, Course topics outline, Notes for instructors, Topics, American-Indian Perspectives - Wildlife, Writing Assignments, Recommended References, Internet Resources, and Sample Exams. 

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