Conservation

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University Programs

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Land ownership patterns in Texas help TAMUK wildlife students understand the critical role of landowners in wildlife conservation. TAMUK’s Wildlife Program Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s (TAMUK) wildlife program has 150 undergraduate and 60 graduate students who learn about range and...
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The Department has a number of specialized research laboratories and centers that support its focal areas, which include spatial and quantitative ecology, carnivore ecology, human-wildlife conflicts, and conservation biology. Mississippi’s Wildlife Program The Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and...
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The Program will accomplish the objectives through integrated teaching, research, policy analysis and outreach programs, intended to develop information and technologies useful in addressing economic, social and ecological aspects of forest ecosystem health and related wildlife issuesand concerns...
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Students in this department are interested in making contributions to solving problems associated with the extinction of species, wildlife recreational uses, food production from aquaculture, environmental education, and urban wildlife and fisheries recreational activities. TAMU Wildlife Program...
SOCIAL-SPATIAL BEHAVIOR AND MANAGEMENT OF WHITE-TAILED DEER IN URBAN AND SUBURBAN ENVIRONMENTS With increasing urban sprawl, human-wildlife conflicts have become a focal point for managing wildlife populations. White-tailed deer ( Odocoileus virginianus ) are of interest because of the damage they...
ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR EVALUATING AND MITIGATING WILDLIFE-VEHICLE COLLISIONS Roads are a widespread and increasing feature on most landscapes throughout the world, and their presence can have substantial negative consequences for many species of wildlife. Wildlife-vehicle collisions ( WVCs )...
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Research is conducted on a variety of species, ranging from game species such as deer, turkey, quail, and bear to predators, as well as non-game and/or threatened and endangered species. UGA’s Wildlife Program The undergraduate and graduate programs in Wildlife Ecology and Management at the...
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Aldo Leopold is considered conservation's most influential advocate and the founder of wildlife ecology. He was an avid sportsman, shown here in Chihuahua, Mexico, in 1938. the photograph was taken by his son, Starker, who later became a B&C member as well. Since the 1940s, the Club has...
ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR OF BLACK BEARS, MISSOULA, MONTANA AND PUBLIC ATTITUDES ABOUT MANAGEMENT As urban areas increase in size because of human population growth, habitat for wildlife is decreasing. Although black bears generally avoid areas of high human use, they have discovered how to exploit some...
The Boone and Crockett Club has donated its historic files, letters and photographs to the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library at the University of Montana. UM archivist Donna McCrea said the University library has sought the prestigious collection since the Boone and Crockett Club moved its...
The chair will enhance the opportunities for research in the Warner College of Natural Resources' Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology and encourage the creation of collaborations to solve state, national and international issues facing wildlife populations. CSU will raise private...

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