Resources & References: WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

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Books
Bird Study, Environmental Science, Fish and Wildlife Management, Fishing, Fly-Fishing, Mammal Study, Nature, Oceanography, Reptile
and Amphibian Study, and Sustainability merit badge pamphlets
Krausman, Paul R. Introduction to Wildlife Management: The Basics. Prentice Hall, 2001.
Leopold, Aldo, and Curt Meine, ed. Aldo Leopold: A Sand County Almanac and Other Writings on Conservation and Ecology. Library of America, 2013.
Mackay, Richard. The Atlas of Endangered Species. University of California Press, 2008.
Sodhi, Navjot S., and Paul R. Ehrlich. Conservation Biology for All. Oxford University Press, 2010.

Agencies, Organizations, and Websites
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES)
National Audubon Society
National Marine Fisheries Service
National Wildlife Federation
The Nature Conservancy
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
World Wildlife Fund

Related Program Features
Fishing, Nature and Environment, Outdoor Ethics, Science, and Sustainability

Photo and Illustration Credits
(Shutterstock.com, courtesy: scenic background, ©Chiyacat; brown bear, ©Menno Schaefer; bird, ©Hein Nouwens; conservation area sign, ©Fejas; binoculars, ©Francesco Ocello; hunting license, ©Mega Pixel; deer, ©Ekaterina V. Borisova) (wolf, Shutterstock.com/ ©Holly Kuchera, courtesy; squirrel, BSA file), (Shutterstock.com/©Gerald A. DeBoer, courtesy) (Shutterstock.com, courtesy: eagle, ©Critterbiz; sign, ©DeiMosz; bobcat, ©Robert Eastman) (Shutterstock.com/©Seamartini Graphics, courtesy)

Acknowledgments
We are grateful to Nick Dannemiller, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2014 Order of the Arrow national chief, for helping to develop the Wildlife Management program feature.

Wildlife Management Information Troop Meetings Main Event

For Adult and Youth Boy Scout Leaders