The fauna and flora are also part of a country’s heritage, the product of millions of years of evolution centered on that time and place and hence as much a reason for national concern as the particularities of language and culture.
– E.O. Wilson, The Diversity of Life
Wildlife ecologists work at the interface of wildlife species, the environment and humans. This requires knowledge and skills in biology, ecology and statistics as well as a firm understanding of the role of political, social and economic forces.
Majors (options) and Minors
You can find a sample planning sheet, for each major, by clicking here
. The planning sheets outline suggested coursework by semester for each of the majors. You can also learn more by visiting the UW-Stevens Point course catalog