Located at the Huyck Preserve and Biological Research Station in upstate New York, Wildlife Ecology Research is an intensive three week residential program where rising juniors and seniors learn ecological principles through hands-on research experience. Ecologist from colleges and universities around the country instruct students on population, community, physiological, disease and behavioral ecology using a diverse array of wildlife and standard research techniques. Wildlife Ecology Research culminates in rigorous small group research projects which students develop and implement from hypothesis to final paper. This program aims to provide a significant academic experience that will help students prepare for courses and research experiences at the college level.
- Organization of Biological Field Stations