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Date Created: 03/31/16
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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