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Jack Ward Thomas Archive

Dr. Jack Ward Thomas plays a central role in the Club's Conservation Program at the University of Montana. In 1996, U.S. Forest Service Chief Jack Ward Thomas retired from his post to become the Club's third Professor.

Thomas teaches, guides graduate student research, and offers public service in the fields of wildlife conservation and ecosystem management for sustainable development. Thomas, an internationally-known wildlife biology researcher, also oversees research projects at the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch and administers the work of the Boone and Crockett Club's Conservation Program.

As Boone and Crockett Professor of Wildlife Conservation, Thomas has published hundreds articles appearing in magazines, books, journals, etc. As time allows, these articles will be posted by title with Microsoft Word documents that can be downloaded. They are to be used only as reference material for our readers. Permission to reproduce any of the articles listed below must be given by the Boone and Crockett Club or Jack Ward Thomas.


Boone and Crockett Clubs Role in Conservation Then and Now

Elk Management at the Turn of the Century - New Days and New Ways

Just What is a Trophy?

High Stakes Poker with the Joker Wild - Fire Risk and Roadless Areas

Maintaining Viable Farms and Ranches - Key to the Future of Wildlife

The Four RS of Hunter Education - Rights, Respect, Responsibility, and Reverence

The King is Dead - Long Live the King

Wildlife Conservation and Ecosystem Management - Implications for Private Lands



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