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Lecture 2

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Lecture 2 FNR 348


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History Wildlife Management
Wildlife Investigational Techniques
Elizabeth A. Flaherty
Class Notes
wildlife, investigational techniques, forestry, Natural Resources
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This 27 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sierra on Thursday March 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FNR 348 at Purdue University taught by Elizabeth A. Flaherty in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Wildlife Investigational Techniques in Agriculture and Forestry at Purdue University.

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Announcements   •  Lab  is  on  campus  this  week  and  next  week   – Wed  in  NLSN  2215   – Thurs  in  HAMP  3144   •  QDMA  Camera  Trapping  –  email  me  if  you’re   interested  in  helping   •  Bring  signed  syllabus  contract  with  you  to  lab!   •  Sit  with  your  groups  –  lists  on  front  table  and   back  wall   History  of  Wildlife  Biology  and   Management   13  January  2016   Learning  Objec▯ves   Students  should  be  able  to:   •  Iden▯fy  Leopold’s  sequence  of  5  controls  of  wildlife   popula▯ons   •  Explain/describe  human  and  wildlife  interac▯ons   throughout  ▯me   •  Differen▯ate  between  European  vs.  American  wildlife   management  history   •  Describe  the  evolu▯on  of  American  management   –  Consequences  of  unregulated  harvest   –  Consequences  of  habitat  loss/destruc▯on   –  How  did  management  strategies  change  over  ▯me?   –  Who  influenced  management?   3   Most  of  what  we’ll  cover  in  this  course  involve   techniques  that  allow  us  to  be▯er  understand   wildlife  popula▯ons  and  choose  appropriate   methods  to  manage  them.     People  have  been  involved  in  wildlife   management  for  1000’s  of  years!   4   Leopold’s  Review  of  Historic  Game   Management  –  1933     Sequence  of  events   1.   2.   3.   4.   5.     5   In  the  beginning…   Tribal  taboos  regula▯ng  wildlife/fish  harvest  may   have  always  existed     6   Bible  Restric▯ons     7   Greek-­‐Roman  culture   8   Kublai  Khan     9   Robin  Hood   10   English  Game  Management   11   English  Game  Laws   12   Royal  Forests,  Ar▯ficial  Propaga▯on,  &   Habitat  Management   13   North  American  Management   History   In  the  beginning…   •  Coastal  CA  Na▯ve  Americans  restricted  fish   harvests   – Dense  human  popula▯on   – Maintained  high  produc▯vity  of  fishes  for   centuries   on Prince ofrap Wales Island, AK 15   Na▯ve  American  Prac▯ces   – North  America  not  pris▯ne  before   Europeans     16   American  History/Game  Laws   17   American  Refuges   18   Theodore  Roosevelt   19   European  se▯lement  of  North  America  =  very   aggressive  use  of  natural  resources   – Overgrazing   – Overharves▯ng  of  forests   – Streams  filled  with  wastes   – Overexploita▯on  of  wildlife   – Fear  à  removal  of  predators     20     Era  of  Abundance     Pre-­‐se▯lement  (~1620)  –  about  1850   21   Era  of  Exploita▯on     1850-­‐1900   22   Era  of  Preserva▯on  1900-­‐1935   23   Era  of  Harvest  and  Habitat   Management  1935-­‐1960   24   Era  of  Ecosystem  Management  and  Human   Dimensions  1960-­‐1990’s   25   What  era  are  in  we  in  now?   Who  owns  wildlife  in  the  U.S.?   27  


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