4 edition of Raptor habitat management on public lands found in the catalog.
Raptor habitat management on public lands
Richard R. Olendorff
1992 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
Shipping list no.: 93-0043-P
|Statement||prepared for Chief, Division of Wildlife and Fisheries, Bureau of Land Management ; written by Richard R. Olendorff and Michael N. Kochert|
|Series||Fish & wildlife 2000, national strategy plan series|
|Contributions||Kochert, Michael N, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Division of Wildlife and Fisheries|
|The Physical Object|
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Bureau of Land Management multiple-use mandate by Richard R. Olendorff,Raptor Research Foundation edition, in English Birds of prey, Public lands, Habitat, Wildlife management, United Pages: Raptor habitat management on public lands- A strategy for the future Olendorff, R.R., Kochert, M.N.,Raptor habitat management on public lands- A strategy for the future: US Bureau of Land Management BLM/SC/PT/+, p.
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To become a Junior Ranger, visit the places in this book. Pages: In addition to key open space lands being added to the signature Brotherhood Park, the property will also become the new home of the currently displaced Juneau Raptor Center/Alaska Coastal Wildlife Center.
The newly located center will provide a local facility for raptor rehabilitation and environmental education.
There you will hike to the top of an old volcano and walk to the rim of the Snake River Canyon. The NCA is a wonderful place to see birds of prey in the special raptor habitat that exists right here in Southwest Idaho.
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