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The Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit

The University of Montana

The Cooperative Research Unit is a unique collaborative relationship between States, Universities, the Federal government and a non-profit organization. Coop Units conduct research on renewable natural resource questions, participate in the education of graduate students destined to join the natural resource profession, provide technical assistance and consultation to parties who have interests in natural resource issues, and provide various forms of continuing education for natural resource professionals.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE:

MS Graduate Position Available -North Sapphire Elk Research Project - Wildlife Biology Program, University of Montana - click here for details.

Two PhD Positions Available - Post-Delisting Management Program for Gray Wolves - Wildlife Biology Program, University of Montana - click here for details.

Hunter Check Station Schedule - Fall 2014

***At this time, we are scheduling volunteers for 2 days.    After all students who are registered for this class are added to the schedule, we will then fill-in the empty dates with volunteers.  

Link to Weekly YouTube Videos from Borneo 2014!

Annual Report for Unit Cooperators - April 2014

          

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Natural Sciences Room 205

Missoula, MT 59812

Phone:406-243-5372

Fax:406-243-6064

mtcwru@umontana.edu