What's special about Wildlife at Humboldt?

 

An emphasis on learning in the field that is accentuated by easy access to the natural environment.

 

A faculty that is committed to teaching and active professionally.

Photo: students with Hoopa bear



 

 

 

 

A curriculum that blends basic science with specialized upper division courses in wildlife conservation and management.

 

Small classes and extensive faculty-student contact, plus interactions among graduate students, undergrads, and local professionals.

 

Photo: learning to identify songbirds in ornithology lab

Photo: weighing a newborn elk calfA strong reputation and high rate of job-placement within the discipline.

 

Excellent facilities for learning.

Photo: the wildlife & fisheries building on the university campus

Experience in study design and participation in applied research

A list of recent papers published by Wildlife undergraduates as senior author,
* indicates student-authors.