Wildlife ecology students become the professionals responsible for managing the biodiversity of natural systems for species conservation. These wildlife professionals conduct science and collect data that inform the policies to protect natural resources, and implement the management practices. They also interact with stakeholders many of whom are hunters. As part of these students’ training for wildlife management careers, LSU professors have developed a unique, professional development experience: hunting.
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