Ecology is the study of the interactions between organisms and the environment. Reading scientific literature/journals, maintaining a lab book, and conducting various observations and research will be a large part of this course. The main units of study will focus around biomes, population ecology, community ecology, restoration and conservation ecology, and fisheries.
Wildlife Biology covers the current and historical management and conservation of wildlife. Reading scientific literature/journals, maintaining a lab book, and conducting various observations and research will be a large part of this course. The main units of study will focus around identification, behavior, and life histories of various Montana species, wildlife management, and current wildlife issues.
Phone: 406-726-3216 ext. 2320
Computer, pen, pencil, calculator, loose paper, & 2” 3 Ring Binder
Grades will be calculated using the following breakdown:
50% Tests, Quizzes, and Presentations:
Tests and quizzes will be based on the assignments and readings from the previous unit. It is important that you study for these assessments. Presentations will be done throughout the course and will be graded on content and ability to effectively communicate with the class.
50% Weekly Work:
Homework is a valuable tool to help you understand new concepts. Reading and watching class materials, working on lab reports, and doing your daily assignments are the most important things you can do to facilitate your learning. Watching posted videos, participating in classroom discussions, etc… all will be included in this grade.