The Wildlife Techniques Manual

Author: Nova J. Silvy
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421401592
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The Wildlife Techniques Manual from the Author: Nova J. Silvy. Rev. ed. of: Techniques for wildlife investigations and management / edited by Clait E. Braun. 6th ed. Bethesda, Md.: Wildlife Society, 2005.


Author: Fiona Wood
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0316242063
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Wildlife from the Author: Fiona Wood. During a semester in the wilderness, sixteen year- old Sib expects the tough outdoor education program and the horrors of dorm life, but friendship drama and love that gets complicated? That will take some navigating. New girl Lou has zero interest in fitting in, or joining in. Still reeling from a loss that occurred almost a year ago, she just wants to be left alone. But as she witnesses a betrayal unfolding around Sib and her best friend Holly, Lou can't help but be drawn back into the land of the living. In this tender, funny story of first love, good friendship, and going a little bit wild, Fiona Wood introduces two unforgettable girls who discover that before you can be true to yourself, you have to figure out exactly who you are.

Springwatch British Wildlife Accompanies The Bbc 2 Tv Series

Author: Stephen Moss
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007494440
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Springwatch British Wildlife Accompanies The Bbc 2 Tv Series from the Author: Stephen Moss. Springwatch British Wildlife is the perfect year-round countryside introduction to the much-loved wildlife of the popular BBC2 television series.

Trends In Wildlife Biodiversity Conservation And Management

Author: B. B. Hosetti
Publisher: Daya Books
ISBN: 9788170352587
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Trends In Wildlife Biodiversity Conservation And Management from the Author: B. B. Hosetti. This book Trends in Wildlife Biodiversity and Conservation and Management has been edited in two volume, on most important aspects of wildlife. It contain 32 chapter contributed by many eminent scientists, officers and teachers from India and United Kingdom. Volume 1 contains information on the topics namely: Status of wildlife management in India, Karnataka, Bhadra wild life sanctuary in the Western Ghats, Parental care in asiatic elephants, Territory protection and scent marking in big cats, Child lifting wolves, Medicinal smuggling for tiger bones, Acoustic communication in anurans, Conflicts between man and elephants, Protection strategies for migratory birds, Mugger crocodiles of Dandell WLS, and Ornamental orchids of India. The Volume 2 comprises information on Basic concepts of biodiversity, Biodiversity of Drosophila, Ants in the Western Ghats, Biodiversity of hillstream fishes of Srinagar Garhwal-Himalaya, Medicinal plants of Western Ghats, Ecology of endangered Gangaitic dolphin, Problems and perspective of avian and vertebrate pest management, Deforestation problems in Santhal Pargana, Siberian cranes, Bird census methods and Role of Zoo s National Parks and Sanctuaries in the conservation and management of wildlife in India. These books apart from providing good references, these also serve as a guide and inspire future research on wildlife. The students, teachers, scientists and forest officers are expected to find this as a very useful source, in the field of wildlife studies. Vol 1 Chapter 1: Status of Wildlife Management in India: An Overview by B B Hosetti and Gina Caplen, Chapter 2: Wildlife Management in Karnataka: An Appraisal by Venkateshwarlu, M, Chapter 3: Conservation and Management of Wildlife in Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, Karnataka by Gina Caplen and Frost S, Chapter 4: Capative Breeding of Asian Elephants (Elephas maximus): The Importance of Producing Socially Competent Animals by Paul A Rees, Chapter 5: Scent Marketing by Big Cats: Chemical Communication and Eco-ethological Implications by R L Brahmachari, Chapter 6: Child Lifting Wolves in India: A Strategy for Their Management and Control by Kishan Singh Rajpurohit, Chapter 7: Prospects and Perspectives of Project Tiger in India by B B Hosetti and B C Somanath, Chapter 8: Acoustic Communication in Indian Anurans by Ravishankar D Kanamadi, Chapter 9: Conflicts Between Man and Elephants by B B Hosetti, Chapter 10: Conservation and Management Strategy for the Water Flows of Minor Irrigation Tank Habitats and Their Importance as Stopover Sites in Dharwad District by J C Uttangi, Chapter 11: The Re-introduction of the Wolf (Canis lupus) and the Beaver (Castor fiber) into Scotland by Arjuna Korale and Stan Frost, Chapter 12: Ecology of Marsh Crocodile Crocodylus palustris in the Kali River of Western Ghat, Dandeli, Karnataka by S Basavarajappa, Chapter 13: Eco Biology of Weaver Brid Ploceus philippinus in the Western Ghat Area of B R Project by K L Naik and B B Hosetti, Chapter 14: Eco-ornithological Studies on Gudavi Bird Sanctuary Shimoga, Karnataka by B B Hosetti, Somanath B C and K L Naik, Chapter 15: Eco-biology of a Pentatomid Bug Cyclopelta cissifolia W. by B B Hosetti and Naveed A, Chapter 16: Ecology and Widlife Status of Orchids by Sulabha Phatak. Vol II Chapter 17: Biodiversity: An Introduction by Arvind N A and Dinesh Rao, Chapter 18: Biodiversity and Conservation of Ants: An Overview by T M Musthak Ali and A K Chakravarthy, Chapter 19: Biodiversity of Drosophila of South India by Hegde S N, Vasudev V and M S Krishna, Chapter 20: Biodiversity in Hillstream Fishes of Garhwal Himalaya: Their Food and Feeding Behaviour by N Singh and R Subbaraj, Chapter 21: Biodiversity of Threatened Species of Medicinal Plants in India: An Appraisal by P E Rajasekharan, Chapter 22: Ethological Studies of Dolpin (Platinista gangaitica) with Reference to Conservation Strategies by Arvind Kumar and A K Singh, Chapter 23: Impact of Deforestation on Wildlife Resources and their Conservation in Santal Pargana of Jharkhand Pradesh by P K Verma and Arvind Kumar, Chapter 24: Vertebrate Pest Management in Karnataka by A K Chakravarthy, Chapter 25: Shifting Cultivation (Jhooming) and Wildife Conservation: A Case Study from North-East India by A K Gupta, Chapter 26: Bird Depredation and Management in Karnataka by A K Chakravarthy, Chapter 27: Dooming Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary (MBS) Karnataka by M Venkteshwarlu and D C Savita, Chapter 28: The Conflicts Between Man and Birds by B B Hosetti and M B Nadoni, Chapter 29: Siberian Crane: Whether It Will Survive in the Next Century? by B H Bhaghya, Chapter 30: Bird Counting Methods by D S Sunil, Chapter 31: Glimpses of Earthworm Bioresources of India by G Tripathi and Poonam Bhardwaj, Chapter 32: Role of Indian Zoos, National Parks and Sanctuaries for Conservation of Some Wild Mammals by A Chakrabarthy, G R Saha and A K Panigrahi.

Marine Wildlife And Tourism Management

Author: James E. S. Higham
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1845933451
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Marine Wildlife And Tourism Management from the Author: James E. S. Higham. This book seeks to underscore the need for scientific approaches to first understanding and then managing tourist interactions with marine wildlife. It draws upon the work of leading natural and social scientists whose work serves the interests of sustainable wildlife-based marine tourism. Thus from within the natural science disciplines of marine biology, environmental science, behavioural ecology, conservation biology, and wildlife management come chapters that provide insights into the effects of human disturbance on marine wildlife, the impacts that tourists may have upon wild animals, and the management approaches to mitigating impacts that may in the long term be biologically significant. Equally from the social science disciplines of geography, sociology, management and social anthropology are drawn chapters that explore demand for marine wildlife experiences, the benefits that visitors derive from their experiences, ethical and legislative contexts, and management issues that arise when tourists interact with populations of wild animals in coastal and marine environments.

Wildlife Law

Author: Great Britain. Law Commission
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780118405348
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Wildlife Law from the Author: Great Britain. Law Commission. Current law regulating wildlife is spread over a collection of Acts dating back to 1831. The original purpose of much of the law was to govern activities such as hunting and fishing, including poaching. Over the years it has expanded to conserve certain species, ensure the welfare of wildlife and protect local biodiversity from invasive species. The result is a legal landscape that is out of date, confused and often contradictory. Much of the older legislation is out of step with modern requirements, and the principal modern Act - the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 - has been amended to such a degree that it is difficult for any non-specialists to use. The Commission's proposals in this consultation aim to simplify the existing complex framework, introducing a single statute which covers the species-specific law on the conservation, protection and exploitation of wildlife. The new regime would reduce the current dependency on criminal law, by allowing an appropriate mix of regulatory measures such as guidance, advice and a varied and flexible system of civil sanctions - such as fines and bans. The Commission also suggests that the introduction of statutory factors could play a role in ensuring transparent decision-making and improve the engagement of those representing competing interests. Factors would include: (1) conservation of the species about which the decision is concerned; (2) preservation and conservation of biodiversity; (3) economic implications; (4) wider social factors; and (5) the welfare of those animals potentially affected by the decision

1 2 3 Draw Cartoon Wildlife

Author: Steve Barr
Publisher: North Light Books
ISBN: 9780939217700
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1 2 3 Draw Cartoon Wildlife from the Author: Steve Barr. Ideal for children 6-10 years old! Whimsical, appealing drawings spring like magic from the page as young artists learn how to make charming creations from simple shapes. Each step is carefully shown and finished in full color.

Code Of Federal Regulations Title 50 Wildlife And Fisheries Pt 18 199 Revised As Of October 1 2010

Author: Office of the Federal Register (U S )
Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780160865138
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Code Of Federal Regulations Title 50 Wildlife And Fisheries Pt 18 199 Revised As Of October 1 2010 from the Author: Office of the Federal Register (U S ). The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the United States Federal Government.

Arctic Wings

Author: Stephen Charles Brown
Publisher: Braided River
ISBN: 9780898869750
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Arctic Wings from the Author: Stephen Charles Brown. Two hundred color images celebrating the birds that journey to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge each year are accompanied by essays by noted biologists and conservationists.

An Environmental History Of Wildlife In England 1650 1950

Author: Tom Williamson
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441167439
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An Environmental History Of Wildlife In England 1650 1950 from the Author: Tom Williamson. Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2014 While few detailed surveys of fauna or flora exist in England from the period before the nineteenth century, it is possible to combine the evidence of historical sources (ranging from game books, diaries, churchwardens' accounts and even folk songs) and our wider knowledge of past land use and landscape, with contemporary analyses made by modern natural scientists, in order to model the situation at various times and places in the more remote past. This timely volume encompasses both rural and urban environments from 1650 to the mid-twentieth century, drawing on a wide variety of social, historical and ecological sources. It examines the impact of social and economic organisation on the English landscape, biodiversity, the agricultural revolution, landed estates, the coming of large-scale industry and the growth of towns and suburbs. It also develops an original perspective on the complexity and ambiguity of man/animal relationships in this post-medieval period.