|Statement||edited by George K. Tsukamoto, San Juan Stiver ; sponsored by The Wildlife Society, Nevada Chapter, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Nevada, Nevada Department of Wildlife|
|Contributions||Tsukamoto, George, Stiver, San Juan, Wildlife Society. Nevada Chapter, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Nevada State Office, Nevada. Dept. of Wildlife|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
Water Development Information. So what exactly is a water development (also referred to as guzzlers)? Guzzlers are made out of metal, fiberglass or other suitable materials and are built in areas where there is not enough water to support wildlife without a supplemental water sources. Nevada's Pronghorn Antelope Ecology, Management and Conservation. The Chukar Partridge - Its Introduction, Life History, and Management. Nevada's Mule Deer - Population Dynamics: Issues & Influences - August Policy For The Management of Pronghorn Antelope. Greater Sandhill Crane Colt Survival in Northeastern Nevada - Research Project. The recently published second edition of NDOW’s Water Development Atlas is a full-color, large-format guide to large and small game guzzlers scattered throughout the state. water supply when establishing a wildlife management program. Introduction 1 IDesert Mule Deer n much of the Trans-Pecos, the lack of available drinking water is the major limiting factor affecting big game populations. Studies concerning the use of water by desert mule deer indi-cated that water requirements were greater than expected and thatFile Size: KB.
Game & Fish Wildlife - Water Catchment Map Book Spiral-bound – January 1, by Arizona Game & Fish Dept (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(2). The Water for Wildlife® Foundation is a conservation organization designed to benefit our nation’s wildlife. Our initial emphasis focused on plains game preservation and management through the development of supplemental water resources in selected areas where both the habitat and wildlife are being impaired by lack of water, a vital natural resource. develop new water sources for wildlife. Wildlife water development programs have evolved over time. Early wildlife water developments were intended to benefit upland game birds or ungulates (Glading , Wright ). More recently, water development projects have been used to mitigate the loss of naturally-occurring water sources. Get this from a library! Wildlife water development: a proceedings of the Wildlife Water Development Symposium, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, Novem 30 and December 1, [George Tsukamoto; San Juan Stiver; Wildlife Society. Nevada Chapter.; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Nevada State Office.; Nevada. Department of Wildlife.;].
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