3 edition of Principles of wildlife management found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 345-362.Includes index.
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The increased number of elk apparently resulted in overgrazing in parts of Yellowstone. have a critical understanding of the theoretical aspects of threatened species management, wildlife control, and sustainable use of wildlife• Yet citizens are often unaware, uninterested, or unable to exercise their role as engaged citizen-beneficiaries and often through no fault of their own.
London and New Haven: Yale University Press. In 1973, wolves began receiving protection from the United States Endangered Species Act.
Manipulative management acts on a population, either changing its numbers by direct means or influencing numbers by the indirect means of altering food supply, habitat, density of predators, or prevalence of disease. Please note: Cognella Active Learning can be bundled for purchase with the text or posted separately. The reasons provided for wolf hunting are also important in a broader context. The Fish and Wildlife Management Act was put in place to urge farmers to plant food for wildlife and to provide cover for them.
In addressing this case study, we also provide a general method for evaluating the appropriateness of an action taken in the name of conservation. International wildlife Elements of Wildlife Management Management of wildlife depends on certain elements such as public support and awareness to protect wildlife and their habitats. While some believe predator control is a valuable tool, others believe it is too often ineffectual and largely antithetical to conservation e.
We combine elements of public trust thinking and good governance to produce a broad set of wildlife governance principles. This law is still in effect today. have specialised skills in the design and implementation of wildlife surveys• The leading cause for a species becoming endangered or threatened is habitat loss. Gamekeepers in the UK claim it to be necessary for wildlife conservation as the amount of countryside they look after exceeds by a factor of nine the amount in nature Principles of wildlife management and national parks.
Wildlife management draws on disciplines such as , , , , and to gain the best results.