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Q: What are the restrictions for mining and timber harvesting in the National Wildlife Refuges?
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Who manages the national wildlife refuges?

the U.S fish and wildlife service

Is there a lot of birds in Idaho?

Yes. There are a lot of birds. Many of them are protected on 'National Wildlife Refuges'. There are 7 wildlife refuges in Idaho and they are:Bear Lake National Wildlife RefugeCamas National Wildlife RefugeDeer Flat National Wildlife RefugeGrays Lake National Wildlife RefugeKootenai National Wildlife RefugeMinidoka National Wildlife RefugeOxford Slough National Wildlife Refuge

What has the author Camilla H Fox written?

Camilla H. Fox has written: 'Trapping on national wildlife refuges' -- subject(s): Trapping, Wildlife refuges

What has the author James Caudill written?

James Caudill has written: '2001 national and state economic impacts of wildlife watching' -- subject(s): Economic aspects of Wildlife refuges, Economic aspects of Wildlife watching, Statistics, Wildlife refuges, Wildlife watching

How can national parks or wildlife refuges be compared to islands?

Can you say "AP Biology"? :/

What has the author John E Cornely written?

John E. Cornely has written: 'Birds of Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuges, Oregon' -- subject(s): Birds, Wildlife refuges

Where is the Friends Of The San Luis Valley National Wildlife Refuges Cor in Monte Vista Colorado located?

The address of the Friends Of The San Luis Valley National Wildlife Refuges Cor is: Po Box 857, Monte Vista, CO 81144-0857

I have a research paper about effectiveness of wildlife refuges. I need some sites to help me with that. thanks?

Search wildlife refuges. The first one that comes up should be National Wildlife Refuge System. Go to the wildlife and habitat management link. Next to the visitors link. I hope this is helpful.

What state in the US has the greatestamount of land that has been protected by national parks and wildlife refuges?


Who was the nation's first conservationist president creating five national parks18 national monument and 51 wildlife refuges?

Theodore Roosevelt

What has the author Raymond J Fleetwood written?

Raymond J. Fleetwood has written: 'Plants of Brazoria / San Bernard National Wildlife Refuges' -- subject(s): Botany, Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge, San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge

What has the author Elaine Rhode written?

Elaine Rhode has written: 'National Wildlife Refuges of Alaska'

How many national wildlife parks are in the US?

400More detailThe U.S. National Park Service oversees 391 "units," but many of these are historical parks and national cemeteries, and not focused on wildlife. There is much wildlife to be observed in some historical sites (Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in Point Loma, San Diego, CA, is rich in wildlife), but many of the historical sites are devoid of wildlife (you won't find much at the Lincoln Memorial, for instance).Separate from the National Parks Service is the Fish and Wildlife Service, which administers national wildlife REFUGES. All are designated solely for the preservation of wildlife (hunting is banned, for instance), but many are quite beautiful in their own right. About 555 of these refuges are in the U.S.

Are there any wildlife refuges for cheetahs?


What has the author Susan E Garrett written?

Susan E. Garrett has written: 'Coastal erosion and archeological resources on national wildlife refuges in the Southeast' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Coast changes, Collection and preservation, Indians of North America, Southern States, Water-saturated sites (Archaeology), Wildlife refuges

What has the author Richard L Schroeder written?

Richard L Schroeder has written: 'Community models for wildlife impact assessment' -- subject(s): Wildlife conservation, Wildlife habitat improvement 'Guidelines for the development of community-level habitat evaluation models' -- subject(s): Biotic communities, Habitat (Ecology) 'Selecting habitat management strategies on refuges' -- subject(s): Ecosystem management, Management, National Wildlife Refuge System (U.S.), Wildlife refuges

What has the author Lynn L Larson written?

Lynn L. Larson has written: 'A cultural resources assessment of the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Wildlife refuges

How can government ensure wildlife habitats are preserved?

Governments could ensure wildlife habitats by putting animals into preserves , refuges, provincial and national parks , that way you could protect animals from certain kinds of human activities.

How can the government ensure wildlife habitats are preserved?

Governments could ensure wildlife habitats by putting animals into preserves , refuges, provincial and national parks , that way you could protect animals from certain kinds of human activities.

How is biogeography used to design and manage terrestrial wildlife refuges?


Why would a few large wildlife refuges be more effective for preserving biodiversity than many small refuges?

Ms. Rhyan is a b----, i hate this class!

Who is in charge of the federal wildlife refuges?

Normally the manager or anmial department of the goverment

The creation of wildlife refuges and the enforcement of game laws are conservation measures that promote increased?

Preservation of species

What role did Theodore Roosevelt play in the development of national parks and forest?

TR established the US Forest Service,created 150 national forests, and hired Gifford Pinchot as the first director of the USFS. Overall, he conserved over 230 million acres of land as national forests, national parks, national monuments, and wildlife refuges during his presidency.

Were does a bison live?

Most Bison prefer to live on the open prairie, except for the subspecies of Wood Bison that live in the forests of Northern Canada. The American bison once was found in most of Canada, the United States and parts of Mexico. Wild populations are now limited to national parks and refuges. Bison can be found in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, National Bison Range in the Flathead Valley of Montana, the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge in southwest Oklahoma, the Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge in northern Nebraska, Sullys Hill National Wildlife Refuge in northwestern North Dakota, Walnut Creek National Wildlife Refuge in central Iowa and the Wood Buffalo National Park in Northwest Territory, Canada.