Wildlife Conservation and Management in Tanzania and Botswana Info. Session

ACES is hosting an information session on Summer Study Abroad opportunities for students interested in wildlife conservation and management sponsored by the department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences (NRES) & Wildtrax

Wildlife Conservation and Management in Tanzania and Botswana

Wednesday, September 16

W 109 Turner Hall

5:00 – 6:00pm

 Tanzania- Conservation & Management of Human-Wildlife Ecology  (3 weeks)

Program Highlights:

Attain a Wildlife Management Course certificate from the prominent College of African Wildlife Management-Mweka.

Explore famous wilderness areas: Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater and more!

Meet leading wildlife and conservation biologists conducting active research…make the connections that will shape your career!

Botswana- African Wildlife & Community Conservation Research (9 weeks)

 Program Objectives:

Learn valuable wildlife management and conservation principles

Understand the challenges facing wildlife conservation & community based natural resource management

Observe the ecological organization and biodiversity of the Okavango Delta and surrounding ecosystems

Develop advanced field research techniques and associated skills

Understand the social aspects of conservation science

Train future conservationists in understanding and applying research in the field through:

Research design & methodologies

Data collection & analysis

Application and implementation of data

Long-term sustainable conservation management projects