Wildlife and Conservation Biology

Natural Resources and the Environment offers a master of science degree in natural resources with an option in Wildlife and Conservation Biology. Students are required to have adequate preparation in biological sciences, chemistry and mathematics.

 Faculty research areas of interest

  • field and laboratory aspects of wildlife energetics
  • wildlife use of managed and unmanaged forest systems
  • habitat management and fragmentation
  • conservation biology
  • wetland wildlife ecology
  • population dynamics


Questions? Contact:

Peter J. Pekins, Ph.D.

Department Chair of Natural Resources and the Environment, Professor
James Hall, Room 114a
Durham, NH 03824

Thomas D. Lee, Ph.D.

Graduate Program Coordinator, Associate Professor
James Hall, Room G05
Durham, NH 03824

Wendy F. Rose

Academic Department Program Manager
James Hall 114B
Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-3933