Thank you to everyone who shared their valuable feedback in our MicroCourse survey. We have randomly drawn our winner – congratulations to Daniel Sklar, who wins a FREE MicroCourse of his choice! 

NRTG is offering FREE Resume and Job Strategies Workshops! Join us at our first session here.

Thank you to everyone that entered NRTG’s Land Guardian Program Free Course Giveaway contest! Congratulations to Brian Bookhout, our LGP Free seat winner for the April delivery!

Don’t miss out on Estimating Fish Abundance MicroCourse! Sign up now to learn how gear choice and survey design can effect your estimates!

Amazon Associates – Registration is now open for 2024! Register here today!

Wildlife Survey Field Methods: Ungulates – Online – December 5-7, 2022

  •  5 December 2022 - 7 December 2022
     9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Wildlife Survey Field Methods: Ungulates is an applied fully online, three-day course providing an introduction and overview of ground-based and aerial-survey methods for ungulates of North America. Using remote (online) instruction and assigned field exercises participants learn and gain practice conducting ground-based surveys for direct observation of individuals and measurement of animal sign such as scat and tracks. Instruction on aerial surveys are confined to classroom only; there is no field exercise associated with this component.

Visual survey methods (transect and block) are introduced as well as identification of sign (tracks, scat, markings). Information and data collected from ungulate carcasses are also explored. Information acquired from each method are reviewed with an emphasis on integration of methods to maximize data collection and inferences of habitat use and abundance. This course is a refinement and further investigation of methods introduced in the more generic introductory course Wildlife Survey Field Methods.

We're sorry, but all tickets sales have ended because the event is expired.