|Details: The student is actively engaged in understanding the dynamics between the needs and behavior of wildlife in light of human attitudes and behavior. They will be able to critically analyze and propose a combination of alternative management techniques and solutions for game and non-game wildlife species - human conflicts, based on principles of sustainability. Emphasis will be placed on ecosystem-based management, natural resource infrastructure enhancement, limits of population and habitat manipulation, non-traditional visitor experience profiles, wildlife viewing philosophy and ethics, and indicators of success. Besides experientially based assessment in their community/wildlife resource site of choice, case studies will be used to illustrate the typical issues associated with wildlife viewing and nature tourism. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.