Principles of Wildlife Management
March 1984, ©1984
Concepts are presented in a non-dogmatic way, with many and diverse examples that encourage the use of local and counter-examples to enhance classroom discussion. Uniquely integrates biology and general ecology courses and the practice of wildlife management. Includes discussion on the social aspects of wildlife conservation, wildlife biology and environments, population dynamics, and management practices. Includes end-of-chapter summaries on management principles.