Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Management

About the Course

The Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Management course examines the management of game and nongame wildlife species, fish and aquacrops and their ecological needs as related to current agricultural practices. Those interested in the course will learn about Wildlife Identification, Regulations for Management, Maps & Surveys and much more.

Total Lessons 35
Grade Level 9th - 12th
Projects, Activities & Assessments 678

SAMPLE LESSON  Dealing with Drought: Managing Grazing to Benefit Wildlife

Each lesson includes media-rich presentations, a pre-made lesson plan, assessments and engaging real-world projects and activities. To get an idea of what iCEV offers, explore the sample lesson and resources below.

Course Lessons

Ecological Principles
Lab Challenge: Water Cycle (Student Version)
Lab Challenge: Water Cycle (Teacher Version)
Environmental Resources: Laws & Regulations
Environmental Resources: Habitat Destruction
Principles of Habitat Conservation & Management
Forests: Conservation & Management
Grasslands: Conservation & Management
Lab Challenge: Soil Erosion in a Bottle (Student Version)
Lab Challenge: Soil Erosion in a Bottle (Teacher Version)
Wetlands: Conservation & Management
Wetlands: Ecosystem Goods & Services
Lab Challenge: Wetland in a Pan (Student Version)
Lab Challenge: Wetland in a Pan (Teacher Version)
Maps & Surveys
Wildlife Population Ecology
Wildlife Management
Game & Upland Bird Identification
Predator & Furbearer Identification
Non-Game Animal Identification
Waterfowl Identification
Waterfowl Ecology
Waterfowl: Conservation & Management
Regulations: Wildlife Utilization
The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation
Common Diseases & Parasites of Wildlife
Wildlife & Habitat Management in Arid Lands
Regulations: Hunting & Fishing
Introduction To Aquaculture Management
Aquaculture Plant & Animal Species
Fish Species ID
Propagation of Aquatic Plants
Nutrition of Aquatic Species
Marketing Aquaculture Products
Regulations: Outdoor Recreational Safety