Bio 30, Population and Community Dynamics

A Look at Conservation Management

Conservation is the primary focus, drawing on important concepts such as biological and genetic diversity to better understand this complicated process. While observing some of our animals, key terms will be discussed and conservation strategies explored. The students will examine the many challenges we face in conservation work and how they relate to what they are learning in class. Click HERE for a more detailed outline of the program.

Sponsored in part by Keyera.

Population and Community Dynamics

Curriculum Connections:
Unit C - Genetics
Unit D - Population and Community Dynamics

Length: 5 hours (includes 1 hour lunch break)

Time offered: 9.30am-2.30pm (Please let us know if you need an altered start or finish time)
Maximum 1 per day

Program Fees: $350

Availability: September - April

Maximum 37 students

For detailed availabilty please check the Program Schedule

Booking information and guidelines

Please look through our booking procedures to help you fill in a booking form. It includes important information relating to class sizes and chaperones as well as other frequently asked questions.


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Cougars need up to 1,300 kilograms (2,900 pounds) of food every year – that’s around 48 hoofed animals (deer, moose or elk.)