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Wildlife Biology at Lees-McRae College

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If people knew the truth about wildlife biology

Yo it's ya Boi, I always gotta tell people what my job is like, and it's less glamorous than ya think. Shot in vertical, like all true art.
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What is Wildlife Biology?

What is the discipline of Wildlife Biology and how is it represented? Hopefully I can answer these questions and shed some light on this wonderful branch of environmental science!

A huge to thank you to my friend, Joanna Daniel, for helping me film and being my creative director throughout this process. Couldn't have done it without ya!
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UM Wildlife Biology Program: Dr. Erick Greene

University of Montana Wildlife Biology Professor Dr. Erick Greene discusses his research and the Program. This film was premiered at the Wildlife Biology Program 75th Anniversary celebration at the University of Montana.

To learn more about UM Wildlife Biology, please visit:
our website
75th Anniversary site
and our Facebook page

The film was created by Conservation Media, which is owned and operated by Wildlife Biology alum Jeremy Roberts, '03. (
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Be a Pioneer...through exciting internships in Zoo and Wildlife Biology!

If you love working with animals, begin preparing for a career in zoo and wildlife biology at Malone University.

Get firsthand experience at zoos, wildlife rehabilitation facilities, parks, nature preserves, and more. Our current students have received the most sought-after internships in the field and are more than prepared to meet any challenge they face!
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Wildlife Biology at Lees-McRae College

Visit lmc.edu/science to learn more about Lees-McRae's Wildlife Biology program.

Lees-McRae College Wildlife Biology Senior Research

Wildlife Rehabilitation: Eastern and Appalachian Cottontails

Claire and Rachelle's senior research.

Animal Rehabilitation At Lees-McRae College

The beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountain region doesn't just make for great selfies and fun adventures. It's home to thousands of wildlife creatures, as well. Many of those animals, unfortunately, will be injured at one time or another. The Dan and Dianne May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at Lees-McRae College is the only rehabilitation center on a college campus in the United States! Located just a short drive away in Banner Elk, NC, the center treats over 1400 animals every year from bunnies to bobcats. Director Nina Fishesser joins us this morning with an up close look at a few of the animals they are rehabilitating.

Wildlife Rehabilitation at Lees-McRae

Visit lmc.edu/science to learn more about Lees-McRae's Wildlife Rehabilitation program.

May Wildlife Center at Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, NC

The May Wildlife Center is most unique on the east coast of the U.S. It is situated near the Historic Mill Pond in Banner Elk, NC on the Lees-McRae College Campus. This is The Bluejay Part I of V. Video by Ron Johnson of Banner Elk Magazine Online: and at Facebook:

Wildlife Biology at University of Montana - Dr. Erick Greene

Dr. Erick Greene conducts wildlife research in both basic and applied aspects of biology.
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Lee Mcrae College Dan and Dianne May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center @Lees-McRae College

A snapping turtle recovers from surgery at the May Wildlife Rehabilitation Center at Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, NC.

Your Future Elevated

Experience Lees-McRae for Yourself!

Located in the town of Banner Elk nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, Lees-McRae College has the highest elevation of any college campus east of the Mississippi.

FWS Careers - Wildlife Biologist

See what it's like to be a wildlife biologist at the National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in Colorado. For more information, visit:

UM Wildlife Biology Program: Dr. Dave Naugle

University of Montana Wildlife Biology Professor Dave Naugle discusses his research and the Program. This film was premiered at the Wildlife Biology Program 75th Anniversary celebration at the University of Montana.

To learn more about UM Wildlife Biology, please visit:
our website
75th Anniversary site
and our Facebook page

The film was created by Conservation Media, which is owned and operated by Wildlife Biology alum Jeremy Roberts, '03. (
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My Lees-McRae Experience

Students share what they love about Lees-McRae College.

Wildlife Biology #1 Ranking Helps Recruiting

UM's wildly successful Wildlife Biology program is hoping to do its part to boost enrollment. UM News reporter Kempson Cross explores how national recognition helps recruit students from far and wide.

UM Wildlife Biology Program: Ellen Brandell, undergraduate

University of Montana Wildlife Biology undergraduate student Ellen Brandell discusses why she chose UM and what field work means to her. This film was premiered at the Wildlife Biology Program 75th Anniversary celebration at the University of Montana.

To learn more about UM Wildlife Biology, please visit:
our website
75th Anniversary site
and our Facebook page

The film was created by Conservation Media, which is owned and operated by Wildlife Biology alum Jeremy Roberts, '03. (

Career snapshot - Marine & Wildlife Biology

Erin Oakley discusses her pathway from studying a Bachelor of Science to working as a Marine Mammal Trainer at Sea World on the Gold Coast.

For more information and study options please visit:

Lees-McRae College - Advanced Clinical Wildlife Rehabilitation Lab

Today in our Advanced Clinical Wildlife Rehabilitation lab students learned various suture patterns and practiced them on the suture boards. One day our students will use these skills to save the life of an injured animal. #BobcatJourney

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