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Game Species Propagation - Organization of Hunting Reserves

Posted in Optional

Semester 6
ECTS 3
Instructor Dr C G Vlahos, Dr D E Bakaloudis
Description This course will provide an overview for wildlife species propagation. Reproductive physiology of birds. Reproduction, egg formation and abnormalities. Feeding of game birds. Planning and operation of wildlife farming. Farming techniques for pheasants, quails, chukars, grey partridges and ducks. Avian diseases. Farming techniques for hares, mink, foxes, deer and wild boars. Mammalian diseases. Wildlife releasing techniques. Captive breeding of threatened and/or endangered species. Development and organization of hunting reserves, benefits and necessities.
Objectives
  • To develop an appreciation for the role of wildlife farming
  • To develop an understanding of modern wildlife farming issues
  • To develop a knowledge of the techniques useful for raising wildlife species
  • To lead discussions of possible consequences of hunting reserves and to support organizations responsible for wildlife farming
Meetings 13 3-hours lectures
Grading 100% final exams
Textbooks • Papageorgiou N.K. (1996) Wildlife Propagation. University Studio Press, Thessaloniki. (in Greek)
Communication

Dr C Vlachos
Professor

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Dr D Bakaloudis
Assistant Professor

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