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SDES11-117: Urban Wildlife Management


With increasing population growth worldwide and an increasingly large proportion of the earth’s population living in urban areas, wildlife is impacted. This subject, Urban Wildlife Management, investigates the reasons for why there are conflicts between biodiversity conservation and urban development. Drawing on the understanding of land use and environmental policy, students will gain an understanding of management of wildlife within urban areas. Through the investigation into case studies students will gain knowledge to underpin decision making in a range of environmental and planning disciplines.

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FacultyFaculty of Society & Design
Study areas
  • Architecture and Built Environment

Learning outcomes

1. Demonstrate knowledge of key theoretical concepts underpinning urban wildlife management.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of attributes of species of wildlife that are pre-adapted to prosper (or otherwise) in urban settings and how to plan for their effective management.
3. Demonstrate knowledge of types of habitats and habitat management that supports native and introduced flora and fauna. Self expression, timeliness and communication.

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