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Understand the relationships between the needs of wildlife, people, and the environment, and how these relationships are vital for the maintenance of ecological diversity, recreational resources, and food supplies.

Careers

  • Aquaculture specialist
  • Conservation biologist
  • Educator
  • Environmental attorney
  • Fisheries biologist
  • Forest/park ranger
  • Marine biologist
  • Veterinarian
  • Wildlife rehabilitator
  • Zookeeper

Specializations

  • Fish Biology
  • Wildlife and Conservation Biology
  • Wildlife Health
  • Individualized

Contact

1086 Academic Surge
530-754-9796
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530-752-6586
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