Vernon E. Cleaves Agricultural Science & Technology
Lyman Hall High School

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Wildlife Biology

Wildlife Biology 1: Freshmen
Course work introduces students to field biology and ecology and North American wildlife. Students will be introduced to and participate in the Lyman Hall Chapter of the National FFA Organization, a student leadership organization.

Wildlife Biology 2: Sophomores:
Course work introduces students to dendrology, forestry, wildlife ecology, electricity  and alternative energy, birds of prey and agricultural and environmental issues. Students will participate in the Lyman Hall FFA chapter. Students will continue to develop their portfolio and identify skills to prepare them for future careers in wildlife biology.


Wildlife Biology 3: Juniors
Course work introduces students to entomology, aquaculture, agricultural careers,  wildlife habitat and management, wetland hydrology and soil ecology. Students will participate in the Lyman Hall FFA chapter, prepare for a job interview and create a resume, cover letter and a list of references.


Wildlife Biology 4: Seniors
Course work introduces students to forest ecology and management, white-tailed deer ecology, wildlife research techniques and conservation biology.  Students will participate in the Lyman Hall FFA chapter and create a marketing plan.

More details can be found at http://wildlifebiopicard.weebly.com/ 

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