Behavioral Ecology


How do animals survive and reproduce in natural environments? What behavioral acts have evolved to benefit their bearers to acquire the best food, to find and keep sexual partners, cooperate with relatives or strangers, and raise their young? We cover animals from fish to lizards to mammals and birds and more. The strong active learning component includes teaching high school students and writing for Wikipedia.  A student may not receive credit for more than one of the following Biol 370, Biol 372 and Biol 472. Prerequisite: Bio 2970 or permission of instructor. 
Course Attributes: FA NSM; AR NSM; AS NSM

Section 01

Behavioral Ecology - 01
INSTRUCTOR: Strassmann
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Section A

Behavioral Ecology - A
INSTRUCTOR: Strassmann, Salazar
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Section B

Behavioral Ecology - B
INSTRUCTOR: Strassmann, Medina
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