Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This was an amazing introductory class to the wildlife department. Before taking the course, I was still unsure as to whether or not I chose the right major for me. But the course, taught by multiple professors and TAs, covered a huge breadth of topics in wildlife biology. Because of this and the multiple presentations from guest lecturers, the students got an amazing introduction to the track of conservation and the multitude of career options waiting for us.
I loved how passionate all the professors and TAs were. Many lecturers specialized in birds, and their zest and excitement for their speciality made me super passionate for birds, as well. I loved how discussion based lectures could be, and the discussions themselves were very though provoking.
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It can be a lot to remember, but if you put the work into it it's quite feasible to do very well.