• Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology


    CHECK THIS OUT...great leadership and wildlife camp opportunity

    This course is part of the Natural Resource Systems pathway in the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource Systems cluster of courses.  It is designed to examine the management and conservation of game and non-game wildlife species, fish and aquacrops and their ecological needs. 

    Course Outline

    This course is 1 credit (year long) and students can earn certifications in Hunter Education and Boater Education through Texas Parks and Wildlife with testing and a state fee.
    Students who have passed the Wildlife, Fisheries and Ecology course (or are currently enrolled) and have a current Hunter Education certification (or earn one during course) may try out for the
    Clay Trap Shooting team!

     May 10, 2013-Assignment (Boater Education)
    Click on the following link. http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fishboat/boat/safety/life_jackets/index.phtml
    1. Create a power point, prezi, or MS Word brochure that details the types of life jackets, with pictures and descriptions of each.
    2. Take the following quiz Responsible Boater Quiz
    3. Save both assignments in your student drive.
    4. Email both assignments as attachments to Mrs. Hendrix  traci.hendrix@humble.k12.tx.us