4 edition of Problems in management of locally abundant wild mammals found in the catalog.
Problems in management of locally abundant wild mammals
Management of Locally Abundant Wild Mammals: a Workshop to Examine the Need for and Alternatives to the Culling of Wild Animals (1980 Yarmouth Port, Mass.)
|Other titles||Culling of Wild Animals.|
|Statement||edited by Peter A. Jewell, Sidney Holt ; associate editor, Donna Hart.|
|Contributions||Jewell, Peter Arundel., Holt, Sidney Joseph, 1926-, Hart, Donna., International Fund for Animal Welfare.|
|LC Classifications||SK352 .M36 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 361 p. :|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||81020529|
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About the book. Description. Problems in Management of Locally Abundant Wild Mammals contains the proceedings of the Management of Locally Abundant Wild Mammals: A Workshop to Examine the Need for and Alternatives to the Culling of Wild Animals, held in Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts from September 29 to October 3, Problems in Management of Locally Abundant Wild Mammals contains the proceedings of the Management of Locally Abundant Wild Mammals: A Workshop to Examine the Need for and Alternatives to the Culling of Wild Animals, held in Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts from September 29 to October 3, Management of Locally Abundant Wild Mammals: a Workshop to Examine the Need for and Alternatives to the Culling of Wild Animals ( Yarmouth Port, Mass.).
Problems in management of locally abundant wild mammals. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors. Problems in management of locally abundant wild mammals: [proceedings of the management of locally abundant wild mammals: a workshop to examine the need for and alternatives to the culling of wild animals, sponsored by the International Fund for Animal Welfare in Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts, September October 3, ].
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