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Behavioral Ecology BISC 410 (3)

Behavioural ecologists study the evolutionary causes and ecological consequences of behaviour. This course explores theories developed to explain group-living, foraging decisions, signalling, mate choice and reproductive strategies, and provides an opportunity to develop novel hypotheses for (and design experiments to test) why animals, including humans, behave the way they do. Prerequisite: BISC 102 and (BISC 204 or GEOG 215), both with a minimum grade of C-.