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Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

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Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * November 2006, Volume 60, No. 10 Nov 2006

Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * November 2006, Volume 60, No. 10

Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

Contents:

• North American Bird Species Shown to be Susceptible to Avian Influenza

• Longleaf pine restoration gets huge boost from Conservation Reserve Program

• Controversy still stalking elk feedgrounds in Wyoming

• Predator/prey workshop to be held at North American Conference

• New book gets rave notice

• With dove vote, Michiganders shoot science-based wildlife management in the foot

• Geothermal energy issue still boiling at the Valles Caldera National Preserve

• 72nd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference registration

• Northeast states get positively proactive on State Wildlife Actions Plans

• Nominations sought for 2007 northern bobwhite quail awards

• Worth reading: A Writer’s Voice: Collected ...


Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * October 2006, Volume 60, No. 10 Oct 2006

Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * October 2006, Volume 60, No. 10

Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

Contents:

• Hunting/conservation organizations line up to urge expanded use of Coop Units

• Suspected culprit identified in CWD transmission

• Prairie Grouse Management Plan making progress

• Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration Act is reauthorized

• Worth reading: The Final Frontiersman


Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * September 2006, Volume 60, No. 9 Sep 2006

Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * September 2006, Volume 60, No. 9

Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

Contents:

Related meeting and function requests being accepted for 72nd North American Conference

Waterfowl gain reprieve from plan to expand oil and gas development in Alaska

Matt Dunfee to join WMI

Antis take a shot at the mourning dove hunting season in Michigan

McGraw Wildlife Foundation extends the Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow program

New CRP initiative in Prairie Pothole Region bodes well for ducks

Oil shale potential in the West rises once again

Workshop on aquatic nuisance species slated for North American Conference

Exhibiting at the 72nd North American Conference

U.S. citizens strongly back hunting and fishing

Worth reading ...


Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * August 2006, Volume 60, No. 8 Aug 2006

Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * August 2006, Volume 60, No. 8

Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

New report reveals problems with Bison Range agreement

WMI's Distinguished Service Award gets distinguished namesake

Wyoming and feds still growling over wolf management

New twist in reauthorization of Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration Act

Worth reading: Marley & Me


Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * July 2006, Volume 60, No. 7 Jul 2006

Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * July 2006, Volume 60, No. 7

Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

Contents:

New refuge policies finally make it across the finish line

USDA creates NRCS Agricultural Wildlife Conservation Center

NRCS assists woodcock restoration in the Northeast

More on 72nd Conference Special Sessions

Global warming is culprit in western forest fires?

ONB survey

Worth reading: Of Mice and Mountain Lions: The Adventures of a Wildlife Biologist


Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * June 2006, Volume 60, No. 6 Jun 2006

Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * June 2006, Volume 60, No. 6

Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

Contents:

WMI value substantially increased by a Ruble

72nd Conference Special Sessions announced and prospective presenters invited

Thinking Like a Manager—A new WMI book

A louder, clearer come-back call for bobwhites

Nominations open for WMI's Touchstone and Presidents awards

Mapping the Platte River management plan

New publication reports on effectiveness of Farm Bill conservation programs

Recovering black-footed ferrets may get the shaft

Worth reading: The Scavenger's Guide to Haute Cuisine


Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * May 2006, Volume 60, No. 5 May 2006

Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * May 2006, Volume 60, No. 5

Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

Contents:

Maine towns to take responsibility for their conservation future

There is such a thing as too many elk in Rocky Mountain National Park

Gunnison sage-grouse dodges listing

Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units look to the Senate for help

Report calls for immediate, shared conservation actions across greater sage-grouse range

Worth reading


Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * April 2006, Volume 60, No. 4 Apr 2006

Wmi Outdoor News Bulletin * April 2006, Volume 60, No. 4

Wildlife Management Institute Outdoor News Bulletin

New BLM office building to cut off critical pronghorn migration route

Three receive high honors

IP sale of almost 5.7 million acres is sign of the times

"Split estate" at issue across the West

Initiative becomes fish-or-cut-bait action plan

Worth Reading: Being Caribou