BIOL 2903 V - Natural History and Ecology of Ontario

Introduction to the remarkable diversity and ecological relationships of Ontario's flora and fauna, which are explored in a habitat context.
Precludes additional credit for BIOL 1903 (no longer offered).
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 1004 or BIOL 1104 or BIOL 1902.

CRN for section V: 10425

CRN for section VOD (optional Video On Demand service): 10426

In-class lecture time & location:
Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:05pm to 2:25pm, C264 LA

Instructor: Michael Runtz

Michael Runtz

About the instructor: Ever since I was five years old, nature has captivated me. I started off looking at birds, but as a teenager working in Algonquin Provincial Park and later in Point Pelee National Park as an interpretive naturalist, I developed an interest in plants, insects and everything else that swims, crawls, flies or grows! Learning about the natural history of all living things has consumed my life, and documenting it with photography has also become a passion. Over the years I have published 10 books on natural history topics, with the most recent, Dam Builders: The natural history of beavers and their ponds, just released this summer. Another book, Natural History, is the textbook for the course bearing that name.

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