ENR 2200 Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Naturalist

This course will provide in-depth training in the ecology and environmental interpretation of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The student will receive instruction in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems and will learn the skills required to adeptly document and describe these environs. The course will provide the ecological foundations and naturalist skills to adeptly lead and teach others at an introductory level. Participation in the course will involve daily hiking and field activities and much of the course time will be spent outside. Successful completion of this course includes a one-hour interpretive field presentation and submission of a detailed field journal. (3 lect., 3 lab)


4 credits

Transfer Status

Transferable to UW