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Join us in Yellowstone to study gray wolf reintroduction and bison herd migration.
June 25 - July 9, 2023 | 5 quarter or 3.35 semester credits
Join carnivore biologist and apex predator expert Dr. Veronica Yovovich to study threatened species, including gray wolf, grizzly bear, and bison in Yellowstone National Park. Gain a deep understanding of ecology and the greater Yellowstone ecosystem while participating in firsthand investigations of major wildlife conflict and conservation concerns.
An antelope has been spotted.
Students by an active geyser.
Scouting for wildlife.
Start your summer on the Yellowstone Program and continue your wildlife research in Banff National Park when you join two back-to-back field programs.
Banff: Wildlife Corridors
July 11 - July 26, 2023 (space available)

Learn how Banff National Park became the international leader in mammal corridors and why genetic variability is essential while hiking and camping with expert and Lead Instructor Dr. Troy Burnett!
Hawaii: Marine Management
June 23 - July 8, 2023 (space available)

Watch Lead Instructor Nicole Crane's presentation on the Marine Management program where students will contribute to a longitudinal study of effective management and conservation strategies.
Australia: Tropical Reefs and Rainforests
June 23 - July 8, 2023 (space available)

Conduct hands-on fieldwork on the Great Barrier Reef and discover why Tropical Northern Queensland is a global biodiversity hotspot while experiencing what it truly means to be out in the ‘wild.’
Big Sur: Preserving Environments
July 30 - August 13, 2023 (space available)

How can long-term field research help us better manage irreplaceable natural resources? Students will contribute to the 24th year of data as they answer questions in our long-standing Big Sur program.
Students can also join us in Belize, Iceland, or French Polynesia for six-weeks while earning 15 quarter credits.