Envirothon: Creating Conservation Leaders of Tomorrow
- Creature comfort. Gordon Jr., Robert E.; Dunlop, George S. // Policy Review;Summer90, Issue 53, p60
Highlights the lessons from the revitalization of American wildlife. Resiliency and dynamism of nature; Remarkable recoveries as the result of deliberate human efforts; Species and subspecies of animals that made remarkable comeback; Sound management techniques; Important role of the private...
- Greenzine. // Ranger Rick;
Reports on news concerning wildlife management.
- EDITOR'S NOTE. // High Country News;2/21/2011, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p2
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Tracy Ross on the concept of abundance management in Alaska, one by Craig Medred on the ironies of abundance wildlife management, and one by Jodi Peterson on some recent developments in wildlife management battles...
- TRACKS. // Backpacker;Apr2005, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p44
Presents an update on wildlife management in the U.S. as of April 2005.
- Ecological triage. Possingham, Hugh // Nature Australia;Winter2002, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p84
Examines the wildlife conservation efforts in Australia. Policy on the allocation of funding to threatened species; Suggestion on maximizing the cost effectiveness of actions to save a species; Species of birds that are in rapid decline.
- Managing nature in South Africa. Chapman, Duane // American Enterprise;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p67
Discusses human intervention in wildlife preservation in South Africa's Kruger National Park. Wildlife management projects that cover tasks such as malaria control, cheetah demographics and artificial ponds and lakes; Goal of biodiversity; Number of species in the park; Unpleasant choices in...
- The Cat Comes Back. Angier, Natalie // New York Times Upfront;01/31/2000, Vol. 132 Issue 11, p24
Reports on the progress of tiger conservation efforts. Growth of tiger population in eastern Siberia, Nepal and some parts of India; Encouraging signs in Sumatra, Burma, Thailand and Cambodia; Asian countries' setting aside of areas where prey animals can breed; Hunting prowess of tigers.
- The returns of the bison: nostalgia, profit, and preservation Isenberg, Andrew C. // Environmental History;Apr1997, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p179
Nearly extinct at the turn of the century, North American bison were ultimately saved by a coalition of preservationists consisting of Westerners who felt that possession of the few surviving animals could be profitable and nostalgic to Easterners - often members of the American Bison Society -...
- The Ballot-Issues Coalition. McAninch, Jay; Meyers, Fred // Bowhunter;Jun/Jul98, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p21
Reports on the Ballot Issues Coalition incorporated in February 1998 by hunting, trapping, fishing, conservation and wildlife management groups at a meeting in Washington D.C., United States. Why the coalition was formed; Identification of the members of the coalition.