Study Fish, Wildlife, & Natural Resources in the Tropics!

From the Maya Mountains to the Caribbean Sea; Rainforests and Savannas to
Mangroves and Coral Reefs; and Jaguars, Scarlet Macaws, and Howler Monkeys
to Corals, Grouper, Sharks and Rays, Dolphins, and Sea Turtles — Students
spend their days learning and experiencing fish, wildlife, natural
resources, and local cultures with PTECS faculty, local scientists, and
indigenous peoples.  Every day is spent in the field examining ecology,
conservation, or field methods in these tropical ecosystems!

The courses are open to anyone, and credits can be earned at either
undergraduate or graduate levels.

Specific courses include (credits provided through the University of
Florida):
– Wildlife Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics (3 credits; 28 February – 8
March 2015)
– Field Methods in Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics (5 credits; 9 – 24
May 2015)
– Marine Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics (3 credits; 25 May – 1 June
2015)
– Internships in Ecology & Conservation in the Tropics (Variable credit; any
time)

Detailed Information, Course Syllabi, & Applications can be found at:
http://www.wec.ufl.edu/ptecs/.
Enrollment is open and each course is limited to 10 students.

Program Director: Bill Giuliano – docg@ufl.edu352-846-0575
http://www.wec.ufl.edu/ptecs/

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