Managing our wildlife resources
This informative, well-organized survey offers an enlightening introduction to wildlife management in the United States. Addresses the growing responsibilities and multiple concerns facing those in wildlife management today. It provides a sound historical background and a firm foundation on principles, and reflects current trends of wildlife management and species groups. Wildlife research and management specialists.
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Evolution of Wildlife Management in the Where Animals Are Found
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