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Wildlife Conservation: Past, Present, and Future

Wildlife Conservation - Past, Present, and Future

Wildlife conservation is an effort to protect threatened or endangered animal and plant species. Conservation also includes the protection of their natural habitat. The main objective of this practice is to insure that their habitats will be preserved so that the future generations of both wildlife and human can enjoy it. Additionally, wildlife conservation aims to raise awareness regarding the importance of wildlife and wilderness. Currently there are government bureaus and organizations that help promote different wildlife conservation areas. The government also aims to implement certain policies that are specifically created to protect the animals. Your HSU Federal Depository includes numerous federal and state documents that are made available for FREE public use. Documents such as management plans, technical reports, pleasure reading, and many other conservation related documents are available. Taking time to view these documents can shed light on conservation issues that may have an effect on social and economic issues. Management practices of the past have evolved and improved to what we have now. Constantly reinventing and adapting effective management strategies can help preserve wildlife for the future.

*NOTE: All specimens used in this display are loaned from Humboldt State Wildlife Museum. Their possession follows the appropriate laws, regulation, and conventions as part of the museum collection.

Be sure to also check out our Past displays which highlights many other titles and subject areas in this collection.

Liaison conservation directory for endangered and threatened species

Title: Liaison conservation directory for endangered and threatened species

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Office of Endangered Species. 1983

GovDoc: I 49.2:EN 2/8/1983

Title: Man and wildlife : a policy for animal damage control

Author: United States. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. 1968

GovDoc: I 49.2:M 31/2

 Man and wildlife - a policy for animal damage control
 Conserving endangered species - a commitment to the future

Title: Conserving endangered species : a commitment to the future

Author: United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.

GovDoc: A 13.2:C 74/2

Title: Policy digest

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1984

GovDoc: I 49.6/2:P 75

Policy digest
United States list of endangered fauna

Title: United States list of endangered fauna

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1974

GovDoc: I 49.2:EN 2/1

Title: Restoring America's wildlife, 1937-1987 : the first 50 years of the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Pittman-Robertson) Act

Author: Harmon Kallman; United States. ; Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act.; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1987

GovDoc: I 49.2:R 31/10

 Restoring America's wildlife, 1937-1987 - the first 50 years of the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Pittman-Robertson) Act
Endangered means there's still time

Title: Endangered means there's still time

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1981

GovDoc: I 49.2:EN 2/12

Title: The California spotted owl : a technical assessment of its current status

Author: Jared Verner; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 1982

GovDoc: A 13.88:PSW-GTR-133

 California spotted owl - a technical assessment of its current status
Preplanning guidance for comprehensive conservation plans - a handbook

Title: Preplanning guidance for comprehensive conservation plans : a handbook

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.; National Wildlife Refuge System (U.S.). 2006

GovDoc: I 49.6/2:P 91

Title: Conserving America's fisheries : Fisheries Program vision for the future

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2004

GovDoc: I 49.2:C 76/14

 Conserving Americas fisheries - Fisheries Program vision for the future
The wildlife investigator series

Title: The wildlife investigator series

Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management.

GovDoc: I 53.58:W 64/Vol.1/CDROM

Title: The road back : endangered species recovery : success with partners

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1998

GovDoc: I 49.2:EN 2/33

 road back - endangered species recovery - success with partners
 Passing the baton from the Tainos to tomorrow - forest conservation in Puerto Rico

Title: Passing the baton from the Taínos to tomorrow : forest conservation in Puerto Rico

Author: Kathryn Robinson;  Jerry Bauer;  Ariel E Lugo; International Institute of Tropical Forestry (Río Piedras, San Juan, P.R.), 2014

GovDoc: A 13.2:P 96/19

Title: Area changes for forest cover types in the United States, 1952 to 1997, with projections to 2050

Author: Ralph J Alig;  Brett J Butler; Portland, Or. : Pacific Northwest Research Station. 2004

GovDoc: A 13.88:PNW-GTR-613

Area changes for forest cover types in the United States, 1952 to 1997, with projections to 2050
 Conserving the future - wildlife refuges and the next generation

Title: Conserving the future : wildlife refuges and the next generation

Author: National Wildlife Refuge System (U.S.); U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2011

GovDoc: I 49.2:C 76/21

Title: Endangered species : endangered means there's still time

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1991

GovDoc: I 49.2:EN 2/20

 Endangered species - endangered means there's still time
National conservation lands

Title: National conservation lands

Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. 2014

GovDoc: I 53.58:C 76/DVD

Title: Environmental contaminants program : looking out for wildlife

Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Region 6, Colorado. Contaminants Program. 1998

GovDoc: I 49.2:C 76/12

 Environmental contaminants program - looking out for wildlife