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BIO 227 Lecture 4

by: Carolyn Adams

BIO 227 Lecture 4 227

Carolyn Adams
Cal Poly
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Noes covered during Wednesday of the first week of class.
Wildlife conservation biology
Dr. Needles
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Carolyn Adams on Tuesday September 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 227 at California State Polytechnic University taught by Dr. Needles in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Wildlife conservation biology in Biology at California State Polytechnic University.

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Date Created: 09/06/16
BIO 227 Lecture 4  The dawn of conservation (1890­1900)  Passage of the Lacey Act of 1900 to control market hunting  Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt (1901­1909)  Origins of fed. Govt.’s role in wildlife management  Lacey Act  Problem: because of Interstate commerce, states didn’t have the justification to enforce  their wildlife laws if wildlife was transported out of state  Roosevelt established Pelican Island, Florida (1903)  To protect birds from millinery use  Big role in Yosemite National Park 1903  Shifted land 1906  “Teddy bear” became his name after he refused to shoot a bear during hunt  He was an avid conservationist and avid hunter  In a Safari trip 1909­1910 over 1100 animals were shot   512 of these animals were shot between him and his son  The Rise of professional wildlife development  1903­1940  Aido Leopold  Father of wildlife management  Professor of Game Management  Philosopher   A Sand County Almanac  Wildlife management infrastructure and planning  1934 “Duck Stamp Act”  from helping hunting to helping duck species  anyone over 16 had to carry signed stamp and license to hunt  1937 “Pittman­Robertson Act”  formally “Federal Aid in Restoring Wildlife Act”  1935 Soil Conservation Service  1936 Wildlife Act  The environment movement (1960­1980)  Eggshell thinning from DDT  Protection for “nongame” species and their habitats  1964: Wilderness Act  1964: Wild and Scenic Rivers Act  1966,1969: precursors to Endangered Species Act  1973: Endangered Species Act  1972: Marine Mammal Protection Act  1975: Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES)


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