Wildlife Refuges

Wildlife Refuges - Wildlife Refuges The Management Of and...

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Wildlife Refuges The Management Of and Consequential Budget By: Will Schwartz Biodiversity Dr. D. Smith- Le Moyne College
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Why Wildlife Refuges? Ongoing reduction of natural habitats has occurred as a result of the negative interactions humans have upon the environment Wildlife Refuges were created as an attempt of biological conservation which provide organisms protection from hunting, predation, and competition from other species
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Why Wildlife Refuges? Main negative factors from human interaction: Habitat Destruction Hunting Pollution Even this effort of biological conservation can become tangled in the complex web of politics
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Location of Wildlife Refuges
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General Information: 550 Wildlife Refuges across America Makes up some 150 million acres of protected lands Purpose of Wildlife Refuges: Protecting endangered plants and animals Protecting habitats Preserving wilderness areas Providing outdoor recreational and educational opportunities Providing lands and waters for traditional uses
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