Manitoba's Wildlife Heritage: A Guide for Landowners
Manitoba Department of Mines, Resources and Environmental Management, Development and Extension Service, 1973 - Wildlife conservation - 84 pages
Techniques and concepts of wildlife management are described, aimed at landowners who are willing to make moderate alternations in their regular activities to help maintain wildlife habitats. Includes a listing of Manitoba wildlife.
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