Wildlife Management

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Course Code: 
ANS 2202
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

The course deals with the concepts and practice of wildlife population conservation and management, including methods to access population size, survival rates and how to use this information to assess the viability of animal populations with matrix projection models. The course generally introduces students of Animal Science and Land Use Management to Wildlife concepts. The topics covered include: Basic principles of wildlife management. Values of wildlife. Introduction to wildlife biology and ecology. Wildlife-Livestock interactions in rangeland areas. The tourism potential of wildlife. Wildlife -humans interaction in gazetted, non-gazetted and buffer areas, Wildlife conservation in Uganda/ East Africa (Status and types). Problems of wildlife conservation in Uganda. Community conservation. Integrating sustainable utilisation and preservation. Techniques used for estimating the size of populations and estimating survival parameters and exploring the impact of changes in demographic parameters on wildlife population using simple models. Gender issues in wildlife conservation programs with reference to relevant case studies. Relevant international (e.g. United Nations) and national conventions policies and laws. Study visits to relevant examples in Uganda.

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