2 edition of Wildlife restoration and conservation. found in the catalog.
Wildlife restoration and conservation.
North American Wildlife Conference (1936 Washington, D.C.)
|Contributions||Silcox, Ferdinand Augustus, 1882-, United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Conservation of Wild Life Resources|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 675 p. incl. tables, diagrs., form.|
|Number of Pages||675|
|LC Control Number||37038471|
At least 30 million bison used to roam throughout Montana's Great Plains and America's western prairie habitat. However, decades of overexploitation, habitat loss, decline in genetic diversity, and human conflict has stripped nearly all free-ranging bison from their natural grassland habitat.. Today there are only three truly free-ranging bison herds in the United States: Yellowstone Park. State Wildlife Management and Conservation is a comprehensive, nationwide account of state management efforts. It will aid professors training the next generation of wildlife professionals, students hoping to enter the profession, and anyone working with wildlife to develop a more sophisticated understanding of what it means to be a state.
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