Instructor: Dr. Caitlin Wells, Colorado State University
Course description: In this integrative course, we will explore the anatomy, taxonomy, evolution, ecology, behavior, and conservation of Rocky Mountain wildlife. Students will gain experience in observational methods, safe trapping and handling of animals, data analysis, and scientific writing through a variety of field-based activities. Additional course details will be provided this winter.
Course Credits: This course is eligible for 2 credit hours. Please visit this page for details- Course Credits – Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (rmbl.org)
RMBL Community Members may sit in on any given course session, with advance permission from the instructor and space permitting. Van space may be limiting for some sessions.