Wildlife Lectures


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    Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Management

    55:41

    University of Maryland Extension's Woodland Wildlife webinar series - February 7, 2013
    Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Management, presented by Jim Mullan, Wildlife Biologist, Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources Wildlife and Heritage Service.

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    Wildlife Management Principles: Understanding Population Dynamics

    7:04

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    Biodiversity conservation

    8:17

    Biodiversity conservation- This lecture explains about the conservation of biodiversity.Conservation is the defense, maintenance, management, or restoration of wildlife and traditional assets akin to forests and water. Via the conservation of biodiversity the survival of many species and habitats which might be threatened due to human events will also be ensured. Other explanations for conserving biodiversity incorporate securing useful typical resources for future generations and protecting the health of eco-system features.
    Conservation can commonly be divided into two types:

    In-situ: Conservation of habitats, species and ecosystems the place they naturally occur. This is in-situ conservation and the typical tactics and interplay are conserved as good as the elements of biodiversity.

    Ex-situ: The conservation of elements of biodiversity out of the context of their normal habitats is known as ex-situ conservation. Zoos, botanical gardens and seed banks are all illustration of ex-situ conservation.

    In-situ conservation shouldn't be normally possible as habitats will have been degraded and there is also competition for land because of this species have got to be removed from the field to save them
    Threatened Species

    Over the last 200 years many species have turn out to be extinct and the extinction price is on the develop because of the have an impact on of human pastime. The fame of species has been assessed on a global scale by means of the sector Conservation Union. Taxa that are dealing with a excessive chance of worldwide extinction are catalogued and highlighted within the IUCN purple record of Threatened Species.
    Threatened Habitats

    Habitat destruction comes in many forms from clear felling of forests to easy alterations in farming practices that fluctuate the total surrounding habitat. If a habitat is degraded or disappears a species may additionally become threatened. The united kingdom is in chance of losing various habitats starting from lowland calcareous grassland to mudflats and wet woodland.
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    Principles of Wildlife Ecology Management

    48:59

    Jim Mullan - Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources
    Presented at Maryland Woodland Stewards training, May 2013

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    Wildlife Management Principles: Natural Mortality and Sustainable Harvesting

    6:55

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  • Introduction to Wildlife Management

    11:41

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    Introduction to Wildlife Management Greg Yarrow Associate Professor of Wildlife Clemson University February 4, 2003
    ,What We’ll Cover Tonight … Origin & purpose of wildlife management
    Management terms & strategies Developing & implementing a wildlife management plan ,Defining Wildlife . . . Out of direct control of man
    Undomesticated plants & animals Focus has been on birds & mammals ,Historical . . . Unregulated harvests
    Lack of habitat needs No management Some species in trouble ,Historical . . . Game Management by Aldo Leopold (1933)
    Federal & state game laws enacted Wildlife officers Pittman - Robertson Act (1937) ,Wildlife Management Process . . . Manipulating habitat
    Manipulating animal populations Managing people For the benefit of people ,Approaches to Wildlife Management . . . Preservation
    Active Management Manage for variety of species
    Manage for featured species ,Approaches to Wildlife Management . . . Scale of Management
    Forest stand / farm basis, individual ownership
    Landscape level, multiple ownerships ,Successful Wildlife Management . . .Understand Biology & life history of animal
    Habitat needs How to provide needs through management Impact of management activities ,Lands Must Provide. . . Food Cover Water Space How these habitat components are arranged across the landscape is important.
    ,Arrangement of Habitat Components Managing for interspersion or mixing of multiple stand / habitat types
    Forest vegetative structure Horizontal habitat diversity
    Vertical habitat diversity ,Forest Layers Creates Vertical Diversity Over story Mid story Shrub Herb Forest floor
    ,Managing Habitat Succession Using select practices to alter succession to favor wildlife.
    ,Important Habitat Features Edge & ecotones
    Edge-adapted wildlife many game species
    also some forest interior species ,Important Habitat Features Headquarters (also called coverts)
    3 or more habitat types meet
    Unbroken mature forests forest interior species
    ,Importance of Dead Wood to Wildlife Snags
    Provides denning & nesting cavities Provides source of insects Fallen snags become logs ,Importance of Dead Wood to Wildlife . . . Fallen trees & logs
    Fungi/mushrooms Insects Recycle nutrients Microhabitat for plant growth ,Importance of Dead Wood to Wildlife . . . Logging debris, slash, windrows
    Provide cover for wildlife Provide travel corridors ,Importance of Dead Wood to Wildlife . . . Soil & seed accumulation produce wildlife foods
    Leave these areas & don’t burn Brush pile management ,Forest Wildlife Management At the stand level
    Usually individual forest owners
    At the landscape level Across multiple ownerships
    ,Wildlife Management at the Forest Stand Level . . . What determines the value of a forest stand for wildlife? Productive capacity of the land (site index, soil and other factors)
    Vegetative composition and structure of forest stand ,Wildlife Management at the Forest Stand Level . . . What determines the value of a forest stand for wildlife? Wildlife habitat requirements
    Past and current stand management ,Forestry Practices that Affect Wildlife Habitat . . . Forest harvest and regeneration
    Site preparation Intermediate stand treatments Other practices ,Before any forestry (or other) management practices are conducted, valuable & unique habitat components should be inventoried, marked, and protected.
    ,Forest Harvest & Regeneration Even-aged forests
    clearcutting
    seed tree harvest shelterwood harvest most stages of plant succession allows for horizontal habitat diversity across the landscape ,Forest Harvest & Regeneration Uneven-aged forests
    group selection harvest
    individual tree selection harvest vertical habitat diversity from multiple canopies ,Forest Harvest & Regeneration Uneven-aged forests
    diversity of tree species, ages, and sizes
    retains mo

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    Wildlife Management, Part 1

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    Madison-Morgan Conservancy & Georgia Forestry Commission present a lecture on Wildlife Management. This is part of a three session workshop on land management practices in Georgia.

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    Science Quest: Wildlife Management

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    On this episode of Science Quest, Stephen Barnes joins up with expert scientists from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to talk about wildlife management practices on a variety of animal species..

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  • Protecting Our Worlds Marine Mammals - Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the MMPA

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    The marine mammals that inhabit our oceans are among the most beautiful and fascinating species in our world. Polar bears, walrus, whales and seals are important to northern peoples' cultural heritage, as well as critical food sources. Manatees and sea otters are key ecotourism draws for many coastal communities. Learn more about the MMPA and how you can help conserve marine mammals at fws.gov.

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  • The Foundation For Wildlife Management Our Mission

    13:20

    We are a group of avid outdoorsmen whose goal is to conserve and protect ALL wildlife and to ensure their existence and sustainability for generations to come. Through collaborative efforts with government and private agencies and entities we believe that we can make a permanent impact that will be the model for other groups to utilize in their efforts toward conservation. We appreciate level-headed and constructive input so please share your thoughts and ideas! For more information please visit us online or on Facebook.

  • Principles of Management

    8:15

    An introduction to Principles of Management (Spring 2010)

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    Forest and Wildlife Resources - Chapter 2 Geography NCERT Class 10

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    Key notes and summary of Class 10 NCERT Chapter 2 - Forest and Wildlife Resources. In this chapter we will cover:

    1. Flora and Fauna in India.
    2. Different categories of existing plants and animal species
    3. What are the factors that cause such fearful depletion of the flora and fauna?
    4. Conservation of Forest and Wildlife in India.
    5. Types and Distribution of Forest and Wildlife Resources
    6. Community and Conservation

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  • Wildlife Lecture.

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    Discovering - Wildlife Habitat Management

    22:33

    Things you can do to make your property a better habitat for wildlife.

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    Wildlife Management - Careers in Action

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    In this video we talk to 3 wildlife management professionals: David Shepherdson and Michelle Schireman of the Oregon Zoo, and Nicole Stevens of the Washington State Fish and Wildlife Services as they release captive reared western pond turtles into the Columbia River Gorge.

    A career in Wildlife Management can be tough to get into but can be very rewarding. Fish and Wildlife, zoos and aquariums, and non-profit organizations are the key organizations that hire Wildlife management professionals.

    Oregon State University has online degrees in:

    Fish and wildlife

    Environmental Sciences

    Natural Resource Management

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    Wildlife Conservation - Focus on National Parks, Biosphere Reserves and Wildlife Sanctuaries

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    Wildlife conservation and causes of destruction are explained in this video by Dr. Manishika Jain. The main focus is on national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and biosphere reserves.
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  • Fisheries & Wildlife Management

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    NMU students talk about their academic majors in this series of videos.
    For a variety of majors, students discuss their experiences, opportunities
    provided to them and the job outlook. For details about these and other
    NMU majors, visit nmu.edu/acac.

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    Biostates Lecture 1

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    part two of first lecture.

  • African Impact Wildlife Research & Conservation Project South Africa

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    This African Impact project allows you to get up close and personal to Africa's wildlife, especially the Big 5. Volunteers will spend time going on game drives within the reserve to collect data on all kinds of wildlife, conduct surveys and monitor large prey species. The data collected is shared with conservation trusts and partners to assist with wildlife conservation in South Africa.

    Our mission is to maximise the positive force of volunteering through responsible management, education, strong partnerships and a passion for making a difference, while making sure our volunteers have a fun and rewarding adventure with us. We truly believe that volunteering has the power to change lives; we've seen it first-hand. We hope this video inspires you as much as it did us!



    Video by Carel de Lange, Truelight Films
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    Wildlife Management Courses Online

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    Study Wildlife Management; this course is suitable for those who want in wildlife management whether it's in the wild, wildlife parks, zoos or those working with captive breeding programs.

    With this course you will learn about wildlife habitats, population dynamics, carrying capacity, census, wildlife law and administration, wildlife management techniques and more.

    Contact one of our consultants now for free advice on the best combination of courses to achieve your goals:
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    What Can I Do With a Major in Fish & Wildlife Management?

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    Are you still trying to decide your major and wonder what the possibilities will be between one major or another? Do you know what major you will pursue but still are not sure what you will do with it when you are done? Explore the possibilities in Fish & Wildlife Management. Take this opportunity to begin your career planning early. Featuring: Matt Withroder, Game Warden - Wyoming Game & Fish Department; Linda Cardenas, Assistant Field Manager - Division for Renewable Resources; Kristy Bly, Program Biologist - World Wildlife Fund

  • NRM 101 Lecure: Wildlife Management-- Dr. Kris Hundertmark

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    An introduction to wildlife management. HIT PAUSE TO SLOW DOWN THE SLIDES TO YOUR LIKING.

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    Wildlife Management Areas in Tanzania, Promoting Community Based Conservation and Livelihoods

    26:19

    Produced by Real2Reel Film Productions, real2reel.org

    Tanzania is uniquely rich in wildlife and natural resources, with over 28% of the country directly protected through national parks, game reserves, forest reserves and other conservation areas. However protected areas are not sufficient to alone accommodate wildlife migration patterns, which often run outside these zones causing conflicts with the populations settled there.

    In 1998, USAID joined hands with the Government of Tanzania, other donors and conservation NGOs, to undertake a bold new approach in community based conservation. Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs), which are community owned and managed conservation areas, have emerged as the best hope for mitigating human-wildlife conflict outside protected areas.

    This documentary gives a brief overview of the process for establishing a WMA, the challenges, as well as prospects in making WMAs economically viable as wildlife conservation enterprises.

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    Bill Leeming - The Issue of Wildlife Management - Part 1 of 3

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    Bill speaking live at Hamilton Spectator Auditorium, 2010

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    UN-Habitat launches the Global Urban Lectures!

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    UN-Habitat are pleased to announce the launch of the Global Urban Lecture Series - a free online resource for global academia and researchers in their work towards sustainable urban development. The lecturers have been recruited from UN-Habitat's partners as well as associated experts working on UN-Habitat's focus areas. Each 15 min lecture comes with a package of associated material: bio of the speaker, synopsis and related links. To download this, please go to unhabitat.org/uni, where you under 'the Global Urban Lectures' can download the full package.

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    Science Matters: The Genetics of Wildlife Conservation

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    Wildlife is endangered by human activities as never before and species extinctions threatens the biosphere and our own future well being. Renowned wildlife biologist David Woodruff will illustrate the use of new genetic methods in the management of threatened and endangered species, and show how the process of genetic erosion in fragmented populations compromises the future of even protected populations. Series: Science Matters [7/2001] [Science] [Show ID: 5579]

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    Our Wildlife Heritage

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    Continuing the legacy began by wildlife pioneers like Teddy Roosevelt and Aldo Leopold.

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    Biostats lecture 1

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    part one of lecture 1

  • 7 Billion, National Geographic Magazine | National Geographic

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    To coincide with the arrival of the world's 7 billionth person on October 31, 2011, National Geographic magazine's 2011 year-long series on world population is available on the App Store as a free app for iPad starting 10/27/11. The interactive app explores the challenges—and potential solutions—for coping with a growing human population in a world of limited resources with informative videos, interactive maps, in-depth articles, and stunning photography. Download the free app here:

    The series ends with a look at City Solutions in the December 2011 issue, which will be incorporated into the app in December.

    Don't forget to check out the second video from the series, Are You Typical?, here:

    Editor's update: in 2050, 70% of the population will be living in urban areas, not megacities as stated in an earlier version of this video. In addition, the total number of countries in the world is now 195, with recognition of the independence of the Republic of South Sudan on July 9, 2011.

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    NRM 101 Lecture: The Legacy of Aldo Leopold PART 1

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    I added a narrative to this and have to cut it into two parts to fit on YouTube. [email protected]

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    Living With Bears in Oregon - Discovering Wildlife Lecture Series

    1:38:49

    Most often black in color, North America's most common bear species may also be brown, cinnamon, or blond. Over 25,000 black bears make their home in Oregon and, although they range across much of our state, prefer forests, trails and streams. Black bear are good swimmers and climbers and are omnivorous, with a diet that includes berries, fruit, grasses and plants. Although they occasionally eat small mammals and insects, black bear are normally not active predators.

    Doug Cottam, District Wildlife Biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, talks about the life history of black bear and conflict with people. Doug has noted a significant reduction in bear problems along the mid-coast and will discuss why he thinks this has happened.

    Oregon Wildlife (Oregon Wildlife Heritage Foundation) was established in 1981 to receive money for and provide funding to beneficial fish, wildlife, and habitat projects throughout Oregon. Learn more and get involved!

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    Maryams wild life lecture

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    Five years old Maryam explains in a knowledgeable way what she knows about the life of a caterpillar during a visit to Cranford Lane Park in West London.

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    The Making of a Wildlife Manager Part 2

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    Part wildlife biologist, part law enforcement officer, Arizona Game & Fish wildlife managers conserve and protect more than 800 species in Arizona. In Part Two of The Making of a Wildlife Manager, we follow eight recruits, fresh out of the police academy, as they embark on six more months of training. This video was produced by the Information Branch of the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Producer: David Majure

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    Wildlife Management Principles: Harvest Management Strategies

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    Basics of Birding - Texas Parks and Wildlife Official

    8:36

    With more species than any other state, Texas has birds are as varied and colorful as its people. We'll show you where to see them in this surprisingly addictive hobby. More on birding in Texas at

  • Americas Wildlife, Part 1

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    The story of wildlife management and conservation in the United States is a story of national and natural history. The people that helped save North America's native fauna are some of the same ones who moved American democracy forward. The policies that were put in place are born from those democratic ideals. This video tells the story of wildlife management in North America, from the darkest days where many species were on the brink of extinction to the more recent times that have seen the recovery of many of those species.

    This video was originally developed to accompany Lesson 1 from America's Wildlife: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, a high school level curriculum available for free from the Arizona Game and Fish Department. For more information, visit

  • Drumming Log Wildlife Management

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    Whitetails need food, water, and cover. In order to attract mature whitetails to your property, these needs can be met in a variety of different ways. Food plots, native vegetation, warm season grasses, and wildlife openings are all ways to meet the needs of whitetails which will attract and hold more deer on your property. At Drumming Log Wildlife Management, we offer consulting services to help unlock the full potential of your hunting property. With over 12 years of wildlife consulting experience we are here to guide you every step of the way.

  • NRM 101 Lecture: Sustained Yield & Sustainability

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    the principle of sustained yield as applied to wildlife, forestry, fisheries and ecosystems. HIT PAUSE TO SLOW THE SLIDES DOWN.

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    Anthropology 2012 - Introductory Lecture

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    The introductory lecture for anthropology by Professor Alberto Gomes at La Trobe University in Australia, February 2012. Known for his interesting intro lectures, what has Alberto got planned this year?

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    Vermonts Wildlife Management Areas

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    Outdoor Journal joins host Lawrence Pyne as he gets the lowdown on Vermont's 87 Wildlife Management Areas to learn how they benefit both wildlife and human use.

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    Wildlife Conservation

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    Students who are interested in the life sciences, whole organisms, ecology, and the biological aspects of the environment can find their interests met in the Wildlife Conservation major. Students in this program learn about wildlife management; conservation techniques; and non-domesticated animals, including insects and vertebrates.

    The curriculum builds from basic courses in biology, chemistry, and conservation to more specialized and supporting courses such as ecology, botany, and mammalogy. You also will take general education courses in computers, English, mathematics, social sciences, humanities, literature and the arts to ensure breadth in your undergraduate experience and to provide skills and knowledge necessary to the practice of conservation.

    For more information about Wildlife Conservation at the University of Delaware, check out:

    Edited by: Laura Schultz '13

  • Enhancing Wildlife Habitat

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    David Gissen | 1: Architecture and Landscape Architecture Lecture Series

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    The Architectural Reconstruction of Urban Nature

    1: Architecture and Landscape Architecture Lecture Series showcases expert educators and practitioners from around the world. Reflecting on one topic from their individual fields of expertise, they share unique perspectives and insights into the fields of architecture and landscape architecture.

    The talk provides an overview of Gissen's past and recent projects examining how architecture has, and can be, a tool to reconstruct both the things and ideas that constitute urban forms of nature.

    About David Gissen
    David Gissen, a historian, and theorist of architecture and urbanism, is Associate professor of architecture at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. Widely published in journals and academic anthologies, he is the author of Subnature: Architecture's Other Environments (Princeton Architectural Press, 2009), and his study of New York City from the late 1960s through the early '80s, Manhattan Atmospheres: Architecture, the Interior Environment, and Urban Crisis, will be published by University of Minnesota Press this December.

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    100 years of nature conservation

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    The Wildlife Trusts: 100 years of nature conservation is a documentary film telling the story of The Wildlife Trusts. From its inception as the Society for the Promotion of Nature Reserves in 1912 under the leadership of Charles Rothschild, to the birth of the local conservation movement after WWII, through its dramatic growth in the 1960s to the present day.

    The film visits locations such as Skomer, Loch of the Lowes, Brockholes, Flamborough Head, Woodwalton Fen and Ballynahone Bog. It also uses archive footage from Trusts, the BBC and other sources. Interviewees include Sir David Attenborough, Prof Aubrey Manning, Simon King, Ted Smith, Stephanie Hilborne, Hilary Benn MP and trustees, staff and volunteers from around the Trusts. The film is narrated by the actor Sam West, directed by Sarah Pitt and produced by Environment Films.

    Many Wildlife Trusts are showing the full hour-long film at local 'our history' screenings.

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    2012 D. W. Brooks Lecture - Dr. Daniel Hillel

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    Dr. Daniel Hillel delivers the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences' 2012 D. W. Brooks Lecture

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    Americas Wildlife Full Video

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    The story of wildlife management and conservation in the United States is a story of national and natural history. The people that helped save North America's native fauna are some of the same ones who moved American democracy forward. The policies that were put in place are born from those democratic ideals. This video tells the story of wildlife management in North America, from the darkest days where many species were on the brink of extinction to the more recent times that have seen the recovery of many of those species.

    This video was originally developed to accompany America's Wildlife: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, a high school level curriculum available for free from the Arizona Game and Fish Department. For more information, visit

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    Snakes of Oregon - Discovering Wildlife Lecture Series

    1:29:53

    For a number of reasons, snakes have been demonized in our culture. Often overlooked are the significant ecological benefits that accrue from our scaly friends. Our presenter, Simon Wray is the Conservation Biologist for ODFW's High Desert Region. In this position Simon works with non-game species, including snakes, throughout central and southeastern Oregon.

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    About the BLM

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    The Bureau of Land Management has a unique mission within the Department of the Interior. It's the scope of our work that sets us apart. We manage activities ranging from outdoor recreation to livestock grazing, from mineral development and energy production to conservation of natural, historical and cultural resources. Learn more about the BLM and its purpose.

  • Human and wildlife conflicts - Larry Clark

    44:23

    The National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) is the research arm of the USDA's Wildlife Services program. The NWRC is charged with developing methods to resolve conflicts between humans and wildlife, spanning the areas of agriculture and natural resource protection, invasive species, wildlife disease, and product development. The broad scope of the NWRC missions illustrates the various levels wildlife interact with human activities, both positively and negatively. It is when the latter occurs that the NWRC becomes engaged to develop methods in a socially sensitive and responsible way to resolve those conflicts. NWRC scientists address issues in a multidisciplinary manner ranging from molecular and analytical chemical disciplines to ecological and wildlife management approaches. Regardless of the scientific approach, NWRC also address risks and solutions to problems within the social and economic context of management, public policy, and various public-private perspectives. Examples illustrating the range and integration of approaches will be discussed.

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    What We Do In Wildlife Management

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    This is what happens when you get bored in class.

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