FACTOID # 21: 15% of Army recruits from South Dakota are Native American, which is roughly the same percentage for female Army recruits in the state.
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Letter From the Field (1465 words)
To my delight, I found that wildlife had also done well in the past decade, that I was witness to a conservation success story in progress in this corner of Tibet.
Patrols from the Tibet Forestry Department apprehend poachers, guns in households have been confiscated, contracts between herders and the government to protect wildlife have been agreed upon, and everyone is aware of the laws.
And the concerns of nomads must be addressed, for the survival of wildlife ultimately depends on their good will and cooperation.
Wildlife Conservation (823 words)
Most Wildlife Conservation classes and laboratory sections meet in the recently-renovated Townsend Hall, which is the cornerstone of our 350-acre teaching and research complex.
From freshman orientation to graduation, Wildlife Conservation majors enjoy close interaction with the department’s faculty, who are the common thread in many experiences that make the undergraduate years meaningful.
Wildlife Conservation majors also may work with faculty as part of the Science Scholars program, where they conduct research, present posters on their findings, and may earn publication in scientific journals.
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